You may need a scar revision to address this that may be done under local anesthesia in the office. I would recommend waiting several more weeks to allow swelling and scar burden to abate before tackling this.
Hello! Indeed, it is still early to see the final result, the scars do not look bad in the image, although it is true regarding the location of the lower scars with respect to the breast fold. For its correction, a review of it will be necessary. It would be correct for your surgeon to solve it or you will have to go to another to do it. the minimum adequate time to do so is 6 months after your surgery.
Your scars appear to be healing very well and what one would expect from the surgery you had. There is always some asymmetry on everybody from before and after the surgery. What you have appears small and acceptable. I could be wrong but it appears that you did not have just a lift but very large implants as well. The shape of everything is going to change and possibly a lot during the next 6 months as it all heals. There is a difference in the thickness of the abdominal fat and the breast fold and this may have caused the difference. The fold is also different when you lie down and when you stand. You should not have anything done for at least 6 months. Follow your surgeon's advice.