What Does a Third Degree Burn Look like?

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A third degree burn looks very red and swollen. The skin can also appear charred and can be accompanied with a lot of pain. A third degree burn affects three layers of the skin, the epidermis, the dermis, and the hypodermis.
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A third degree burn will lose most feeling, as the nerves are severely damaged, and appear white and black. These burns are the most serious and need the quickest medical attention.
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A first degree burn causes redness on the skin possibly with some inflammation, but not blistering. For example, most sunburns are first degree burns. ...
3rd degree burns are full thickness burns which extend to the entire dermis. They are usually dry, stiff, leathery and whitish brown in appearance. 3rd degree ...
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