Is there a type of skin graft I could get for a third degree burn on my right foot?

Several. You need to see a podiatrist for evaluation to make sure there is no infection. Once seen treatment can be started.

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What are some future complications from third degree burns to left ankle/foot left calf and right foot with skin grafts?

Adhesions/scarring. The major complication from third degree burns would be the scar tissue that develops as the wound heals. You want the healing to occur, but you can't control where the new tissue is being laid down; therefore, adhesions/scarring can occur. This doesn't always happen but when it does, it can lead to tightness, discoloration, and sometimes nerve irritation. Read more...