thank you for the photographs.
In these photographs there is a notable asymmetry in the position of the left upper eyelid and the crease but I don't know how practical or useful it would be to intervene surgically. The first step would be to go to see an ophthalmologist and ensure that there are no medical causes of what is going on. Also some questions we have to answer are:
is this new?
how is a big going on?
And again, how significant is this and is it worth surgery at this time?
This asymmetry will be, most likely, one noticeable as you age and therefore more worthwhile as far as corrections concern. Get more than a few consults with good oculoplastics surgeons and facial plastic surgeons.
Don't be too hasty and ill be encouraged to do something that may not make much difference at this time or at this point in your life.
Chase Lay, MD