Binder syndrome is a rare maxillofacial abnormality. Yet, once presented, it often needs to be addressed surgically. To suit this purpose, various surgical techniques have been developed. This paper is a case report of a staged nasal reconstruction in a Binder syndrome patient using rib bone and cartilage graft and forehead flap. At the same time, preoperative and postoperative anthropomorphometric measurements were compared to assess the efficiency of the proposed surgical technique.