There are a variety of ways to get rid of calcium deposits on the skin, but the safest way is to consult a doctor. A doctor removes the calcium deposit in his office in an outpatient procedure where pain is minimal. It i... More »

Calcium deposits are treated with rest, ice, pain and anti-inflammatory medications, and gentle exercises that improve range of motion, explains WebMD. In more painful situations, a doctor may inject steroid medicine int... More »

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The cause of calcium deposits in the shoulder is not known, according to Southern California Orthopedic Institute. It occurs more often in women, specifically those 35 to 65 years old, than in men. Only when the calcium ... More »

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Natural and cosmetic skin treatments are some of the best ways to remove divots from the face. Since divots are often the result of acne breakouts, dealing with one?s acne breakouts properly is essential to stop marks fr... More »

Some ways to get rid of dark spots caused by pimples include using natural home remedies, topical creams that contain glycolic or azelaic acid, chemical peels or skin lightening products. Some natural remedies that may b... More »

WebMD strongly recommends that mole removal be performed by a doctor or dermatologist. Attempting to remove a mole at home by cutting, freezing or burning it can result in scarring, bleeding and infection. More »

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Removing skin tags without a doctor is not recommended. Using home remedies such as nail clippers, lotions or pastes to remove skin tags may cause bleeding, scarring of the skin or infection, states WebMD. It is much saf... More »

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