If the mating surface on the engine was absolutely clean of any oil and truly bone dry, such as after wiping down with a strong fast evaporating solvent, then you'd likely be looking at a sticky filter at time of removal.
By the same token, IF the surface was that dry and clean, it'd be hard to be able to properly tighten it by hand or with a lightly pushed filter wrench.
So, if you didn't go nuts on the cleaning, and want to ensure you don't end up with a sticky filter, merely let the engine cool and with the engine off, back off the filter until you just beginning to get some weepage at the bottom, then snug it up again.
That will get oil to, and distribute adequately, oil to and on the o ring.
The greater concern is adequate O ring crush.
You sound concerned.
I think you will get comfort by backing off the filter and redoing the tightening.
If I was concerned, that's what I would do.
Keep in mind this is all fine and dandy on a just installed filter.
O ring or flat ringed oil filters that have seen months of use and lots of heat cycles should never be backed off and reused.
Hope this helps you along.