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Embalming is the art and science of preserving human remains by treating them to forestall decomposition. This is usually done to make the deceased suitable for public or private viewing as part of the funeral ceremony. Embalming accomplishes three goals: disinfection, preservation, and restoration.
We always request the permission of the family before starting the embalming process, as many families do not wish to embalm their loved one.
If the family would like to do private or public viewing, we always advise for the deceased to be embalmed to prevent the spread of infections.
While we strive to achieve exactly what you wish for in terms of embalming and viewing, there are rare moments when it is not possible.

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