Complete facial paralysis of a 62-year-old patient after tumor surgery (parotid tumor). After a temporalis muscle transfer in its most modern form (Labbé-lengthening temporalis myoplasty) in combination with a masseter nerve transfer (V-to-VII nerve transfer), both the resting symmetry and the dynamics of the facial expression are restored. The patient is again able to hold liquid food in the mouth and smile symmetrically.