It is not enough to have an incision to make a crease!
It is what your surgeon does inside that incision that makes a beautiful crease. The crease is a physical adhesion between the eyelid platform skin and muscle and the levator aponeurosis. Unfortunately many, many eyelid surgeons do not expose the levator and fail to make a reliable adhesion between these structures. In my opinion that is the number one reason these surgeries fail is a lack of anatomic knowledge by the surgery. When I revise these eyelids, I often find that the septum has never been opened. The good news is that it is very early from your surgery and despite the asymmetric swelling, this might settle to something satisfactory. You will have a much better idea of the result in 6 to 8 weeks. The eyelids should heal about 6 months before making the revision. The link below is to my free ebook on eyelid surgery which discusses these issues in more detail.
Thank you for the photos and from them you appear to have a fold now but unfortunately they are at two different levels and that may need to be adjusted in the future.
It is very early in the healing process. Recommend waiting 3 months after surgery before assessing. Seen link below.