Okay we can all admit that we need better pictures but they're not bad. With that said I see some things the others are not talking about. First, I can see some constriction in the base of the left breast and a more tubular or "snoopy nose" appearance. The right breast is not constricted and has the normal breast fullness.
In a typical tubular breast the breast tissue is herniated into the areola creating a larger areola. Your "deformity" is confined to the breast only and not the areola so not a true tubular deformity. So if you want a home-run result here is what needs to be done.
First, you'll need small implants. Low profile 225-250cc saline will do well. Saline is necessary and I'll tell you why. The left breast needs to have the base widened and radial cuts in the breast to allow it to open up. This will effectively reduce the breast size. Therefore the amount of saline in the right implant will be less than the left.
Next, there's no way on God's green Earth you're going to get the lift you need with implants. If implants are placed in the subglandular position a very small lift of 1cm or less is possible. But today we place the implants under the muscle to reduce capsular contracture so you won't get the lift. The lift can be done with incisions around the areola which heal very well if done correctly.
A full understanding of your anatomy is essential to getting a great result.