Binder syndrome is an uncommon disorder of unknown etiology. It is characterized by hypoplasia of the nose and maxilla and altered morphology of the associated soft tissue. We report a 19-year-old Binder syndrome patient with short-nose deformity and anterior nasal spine agenesis. We present a surgical technique for nasal spine agenesis treatment. We used a titanium screw without a graft, which supported the nasal tip and increased tip projection. As there is good soft-tissue coverage over the screw, infection or extrusion was not encountered, and the patient had no complaints 1 year after surgery.