Leave it alone. It's a natural asymmetry for your that will possibly become more noticeable as you age. At some later date it might make more sense to do sometime to give it a bit more balance but for now the risks outweigh the benefits.
Chase Lay MD
It's important at a young age not to overdo the eyelids, so a very conservative upper blepharoplasty can remove some of the hooding affect on the upper lids. Do not expect them to open up your eyes, and a canthoplasty is not needed. Eyelid surgery can be accomplished at the same time as a chin implant and a rhinoplasty procedure. For many before and after results of all three procedures, please see the link and the video below
I think you should only consider conservative upper blepharoplasty (skin removal). See an oculoplastic specialist. See link below.