87-year-old female patient with complete facial paralysis after tumor surgery. Flaccid cheek tissue and a failed orbicularis oris (ring muscle around the mouth) had led to a constant uncontrollable saliva flow and the loss of liquid food during food intake (oral incontinence). The patient first received a static suspension procedure that was slightly overcorrected and tissue tightening. A drinking test after the operation demonstrates that the tighter tissue and the correction of the corner of the mouth now also retains fluids (oral continence). The stigma caused by the constantly soiled outer clothing is no longer present. The patient's new attitude to life is expressed by the sprightly lady with a smart hat. She increased her social activities significantly again shortly after the operation. We are very happy for her!