The good news is that each breast looks nice by itself, but you are correct, you have a large degree of asymmetry. I am not exactly sure of all of what was done. For example, was an implant placed in the left?
No matter. One thing I can tell you at 3 months out is that you have a pretty good idea of what the final result will look like. I feel confident (though sad to tell you) that you will require another procedure to correct the assymetry.
From what I can see from the one view, the right breast is larger vertically, transversely, and from front to back. It has more size/volume, and the upper pole is indeed higher than the left. Additionally, the areola is lower, larger, ectopic, and likely to stretch with time.
There are many options available. I am not a fan of the circumareolar lift, as it has limitations. However, the anchor lift has larger scars, but is a more powerful procedure in terms of shaping, and sizing.
You need to chat with your doctor. Decide which side you like best, and come up with a plan to improve symmetry to that side.
I would weigh in and for my 2 cents, I think that you have way more than 50cc's difference so a new implant will likely be in the mix.
I would agree too that your surgeon should want to get a better result. See if he can get a new implant comped by the company to save you $$$
best to you.