This should solve your issue. Its really not that hard to remove the wheel, the brake pads and finally the caliper(two bolts). Spray the caliper down with brake cleaner to remove any dust around the piston. Clean the backs of the pads and then add the anti seize grease. Best of luck!
Also if the right side is making the noise, sure as anything the left side is not far behind. Best to do both to keep it from coming back anytime soon.
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