No there should be no problems. Both are excellent well made lens by respected companies. Paired organs are not mirrors of one another or clones. Most people hear better out of one ear, have one arm stronger than the other and a dominate eye. Most people with young eyes who don't need glasses may be able to tell minor differences in color and brightness. Since you don't notice it with both eyes open and each sees well I would move on to the next item on the worry list.
Your surgeon really dropped the ball on that one. This isn't a "get used to it" situation but rather a surgeon incompetence situation. It's not hard to check the type of IOL that was in your first eye and then make the proper decision on the type of IOL to use in the second eye. See the following study: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3843900/
There won't be any long term problems... just annoyance with the blue light filtering "yellow vision" Alcon IOL.