Incisions in this area heal slowly and can look unnatural during the healing process. However, they frequently soften and become more natural with time. Given you are only 2 weeks after surgery, things may actually get worse before they get better, but patience is key in this situation.
You look pretty good for 2 weeks. The swelling in the muscle around the scar may make it appear depressed. As the swelling resolves the scar should improve quite a bit. If you end up with any residual scarring, some laser can help with that. But for now be patient.
However, you are still quite swollen from surgery. Your are likely to stay swollen for a while. For this reason, you need to be patient and let your face heal from your recent surgery. Having cheek implants is a big surgery and swelling can persist for many months. Generally issues that persist more than 6 to 12 months may benefit from surgical revision.
The short answer is that 2 weeks is too early to tell. Swelling in this area can create appearance of wrinkle or indentation along the incision. This will likely flatten more as the swelling resolves. Be patient.
From the photograph it looks as though the swelling around the incision is creating the indentation. This should go away as swelling subsides.
Thank you for the question! Your scar will flatten and fade with time. The skin in this area of the face heals very nicely. Your scar will be maturing for a full year. If you are unhappy with your scar after one year, then talk with your surgeon about scar revision. In all likelihood, the scar will be hardly perceptable after it matures.