Middle age man, with thyroid eye disease (Graves disease), with protruding eyes and lower eyelid retraction with sclera show and lagophthalmos (unable to fully close his eyes), underwent orbital decompression surgery (to push the eyeball back) followed later by lower eyelid retraction correction (internal approach, without graft) and canthoplasty to raise the lower eyelids in more normal location. Note improved eye shape and size. Before and 3 months postoperative photos are shown.