My eyes look normal except the left lid is about 1 mm lower than the right, which is within what is normal variation (there are movie stars with this much variation, like Paris Hilton or Christy Turlington for example). No redness, bulging, chemosis, puffiness or lid retraction. This is after six surgeries on each eye! I also had the lower puncta occluded to help with dryness, but I use Xiidra, the newest dry eye drop, which has been miraculous. I do not need lubricating eyedrops literally all day and I am totally comfortable. I do use eye gel, not ointment, at night and cover my eyes with either plastic wrap or a sleep mask, but I can get away without anything for a couple nights if I need to. I still have double vision to the sides and will wear a small amount of prism when expressway driving or really tired. So while things are different than they were prior to Graves, I am really grateful to have not lost vision (I had optic neuropathy), to see single and to look normal, as well as to have the whole awful dry eye thing relieved. I had really severe TED and my eyes never really improved on their own, they just stopped getting worse. So hang in there, it does eventually end and even if you should need corrective surgery, the results are usually good.