You are having an issue no doubt. At 4 weeks after surgery the right upper eyelid appears over corrected. However, without all the data, it is hard to come to an opinion regarding your best options. Depending on the nature of the surgery you had, it is sometimes possible to massage the over elevated eyelid to improve the situation. This really needs to be done under the supervision of a surgeon. The other possibility is that your right eye was lifted enough that there was a secondary fall in the left eye so that taken together the right upper eyelid looks too high and the let too low. Due to precisely this type of situation I will often measure the effects of a potential ptosis surgery at two separate preoperative visits. The first visit, I may do the neosynephrine test in the heavier eye and record what happens to the upper eyelid positions for both upper eyelids. On the second visit, I will typically then instill neosynephrine drops into both eyelids and measure the effects. Based on this information, one gets a better idea of the interaction of the two eyelids and this can help guide planning for surgery. Regarding your current situation, I recommend you talk with your current surgeon and decide if he or she have a plan to address the current situation. If not, you might consider getting second opinions.