Thank you for the question.
I would say, wait until breast have settled. This normally take 4-12 weeks.
You really need to decide if you like the upper pole fullness you have right now as it doesn't look bad but it certainly isn't 'natural' as the upper poles should be nearly flat for that (as opposed to convex or concave). If you like it, then the office lift could be done (with or without excising some tissue). If you really don't like the upper poles, then you have to have a lowering procedure that requires the OR and has the risk of 'overcorrection'. So choose well for yourself and consider having it 6 months after your original surgery. But continued pushing down on top of the implants can still produce a mild lowering that may be good enough.
Your situation is one that reaaly requires personal evaluation and your plastic surgeon is in the best position to advise you. A minor adjustment in the lift could be done under local, but iplant repositioning would require anesthesia.