Everyones face has some degree of asymmetry which is normal. The fullness on one side of your face and the hooded eyelid and lash droop are not due to the wisdom teeth being in or removed. A board certified plastic surgeon could give you options on how to improve on this, if that is what you would like.
Wisdom Tooth and External Face
An impacted maxillary third molar (wisdom tooth) is not the cause of any external facial issues as it is completely within the bone. Thus its removal will not improve jowls or a hooded eyelid. These facial procedures must be treated more directly.
You probably need eyelid surgery.
Swelling can cause a permanent change in an eyelid. I think you have waited long enough for this to resolve. It is reasonable to consult fellowship trained oculoplastic surgeons to learn your options for addressing this issue. The ptosis, lash ptosis, and hooding can be corrected with one surgery.
Swelling after oral surgery unrelated to eyelid hooding
Swelling may accompany oral surgery and travel down to the jowl area temporarily. However, there is no relationship between wisdom teeth and hooding of the eyelids.