Embalming is an age-old practice. It helps in preserving the body of a loved one from decomposition. Chemicals and solutions are injected into the process. Embalming is not mandatory and is a personal choice of the family. It can help the body of a loved one look suitable for religious rites and funerals. However, it is mandatory if the body is being transported via air or train. Also, when families need to wait for any member to reach for the funeral, embalming will help in preserving the body.
It also gives your loved one the appearance of peaceful sleep. The surgical process begins with disinfection. The limbs are massaged to reduce stiffness, followed by setting facial features and arterial/ cavity embalming. The arterial embalming removes blood from veins and replaces it with an embalming solution. Cavity embalming is about making a small incision in the lower abdomen and draining the fluid content. It is replaced with chemical mixtures. Since it is a surgical and highly technical process, it needs planning and the right resources. Our team makes sure that you receive the right embalming services.