Today I present you different kind of case. This dear patient suffered a facial trauma with consequent aesthetic and functional sequelae in the nose. In addition to not breathing, her nose was shortened, deviated, asymmetrical and malformed. The correction of this case required the use of ear cartilage and many hours of surgery. It is perfect? No … Could it have gotten much better? Hardly … Was it worth it? In my opinion, yes. We no longer have a malformed nose and now we have a “normal” and perfectly natural nose on the patient’s face. A nice case for people who question the role of plastic surgery in medicine, namely rhinoplasty.