I do, but i'd say this fits more into HPPD which CAN comes with DP.
I've found it fades, slowly. My ghosting hasn't gone away totally but i did myself a major favour and basically got my phone out and twirled it in a circle in the dark nightly, did this for a probably 4 months, it got some better, but also the anxiety of it happening got to 0, before it was a major anxiety thing, mine use to go in slow motion where the light would jump out the phone and take 3 seconds to come back in, it was like casper the ghost, it was so surreal.
I made it no big deal as i basically got myself use to it, being part of normal day life and I actually got HPPD symptoms in a different situation that DP.
Getting use to it was a major game changer, now I still have it, but i very rarely notice it, not even once a day. I still have it, if i look for it. Conditioning to me is the key, honestly playing with my phone for 20 minutes a day made it feel normal and the anxiety that came with it faded it to zero, once it's gone, it really doesn't matter. Hard to imagine but it just doesn't, it's a bit of light dragging at the end of the day, with no emotional conflict it really doesn't matter, some people have it from birth. So much so that if i had a wife tomorrow, it would take years before it might come up, it's really not on my mind, even when it happens. It's not because I am great, it's just because it's like having a phone in my pocket, it's nothing i consider...
It becomes a bit of a joke, wow the light is going round, oh.. who cares anyway... and eventuality where i am now, a trial happens, moving my laptop in the dark and it just seems normal and i've stopped caring... some things you can't change, but if you accept them and then learn to get past them, they don't control or effect a single moment and trust me at the start, i thought it was a massive deal, wanted it to go back to normal, acceptance basically, your biggest friend. It might fade to nothing and it might not, but if you don't care either way, your strength is right there.