I recommend that patients wait at least 3 months for all swelling to resolve before considering other procedures. Sometime a graft may be needed to lift the eyelid. Sometimes a filler can be used to support the lid and obviate the need for further surgery.
Revisional surgery on the lower lids should be postponed until all inflammation has subsided.
It's possible that is inflammation subsides the position of the lower lid might improve particularly with therapy directed towards it. Surgery should be postponed until all information has subsided
If one has scleral show, it might require you to wait a few months before having procedure performed to correct it. Good luck.
Scleral show (lateral retraction) Surgery.
If it has been about 3 months then you are probably fine to proceed with a different surgery. Sometimes a eyelid graft is needed to raise up the lower eyelids in addition to raising the lateral canthus (outer corner of the eyelids). Best wishes.