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a mammogram can help a doctor to diagnose breast cancer or monitor how it responds to treatment. Calcifications are tiny deposits of calcium in your breast tissue. The calcium you eat or take in as medicine does not cause calcifications in the breast. Breast calcifications are usually found by chance during a routine screening mammogram or during an investigation at a breast clinic for another breast problem. The calcifications show up on a mammogram as small white dots. if your mammogram shows breast calcifications, your radiologist may recommend other imaging tests or a biopsy. While calcifications can be benign, they can also be found in the breast in. some may have breast cysts or calcification of the blood vessels or skin. Other women may have calcification deposits because they have blocked mammary ducts or have received radiation therapy in the past. Breast calcifications found on a mammogram are taken seriously by doctors. Breast calcifications are small spots (deposits) of calcium in the breast. They are usually found during a routine breast x-ray (mammogram). Calcifications are common and in most cases they are harmless. There are two types macrocalcifications microcalcifications. If breast calcifications appear to be caused by a benign condition, your radiologist may recommend a six-month follow-up for another mammogram with magnification views.