I agree that you should definitely return to your surgeon and discuss these concerns. Your Peru-areolar scars appear well healed. The "poochy" areola photo you shows is not uncommon after a periareolar mastopexy. A circular stitch is often palpable (easy to feel) just below the areola and this is the perms any stitch that is keeping the areola from widening out over time. The lower breast incision is a little indented but is an easy revision. Again I suggest you start with your plastic surgeon. Good luck.
The incision should be tucked in the fold of your breasts. When was your procedure? Has your implant bottomed out? I would address these concerns with your surgeon.
I would suggest going back to your surgeon and discussing all your concerns. Some women may notice numbness up to one year. Scarring may be improved with scar products and treatments like Micropen.