Looks like hypertrophic scarring. It’s common in piercings and all it needs is tea tree oil applied to it twice a day with a cue tip for at least 2 weeks after it’s gone. It’s always best to go back to the piercer with questions; not a doctor.
Not always true. A piercer is not a doctor and cannot fix and infection for you or give you anti-biotics. If that is not hypertropic scarring, A piercer will be able to do very little except tell you to go to a doctor or dermatologist.
And if it IS hypertrophic scarring, the first thing I’d suggest is to go to the piercer and get those CBRs switch to labret studs of the proper length. Then go from there. Tea tree oil can be very harsh and make things like this worse sometimes.