Congenital ptosis has deleterious effects on the appearance and vision-related function. Patients need timely and effective treatments. A new surgical practice was performed using the discarded fibrous and thickened orbital septum to prolong the advanced frontalis muscular flap and reduce iatrogenic injuries in the frontalis. A 5-year-old boy with severe unilateral congenital ptosis was enrolled and got satisfactory surgical effects without complication. The “frontalis-free orbital septum-complex flap” is a new and relatively ideal method. The purpose of this paper is to demonstrate this surgical practice and provide a new idea for correcting congenital ptosis with the thickened and fibrotic orbital septum.