About Míla Bugtcher we can certainly say that he’s a penis specialist. He is an expert in female and male genital piercings and he is also the only on in Czech to perform modification called beadig. He has twenty years of experience in that area. Míla sums up his experience: “I have implanted approximately two thousands implants in hundreds of penises.”
Beading, yakuza pearls, chatons
Beading means silicone implants in the shape of balls or half balls placed under the skin of the penis. The name comes from the English word bead. Another name for beading is yakuza pearls, which is based on the custom where members of this Japanese organization, who spent some time in prison, had real pearls sewn under the skin of the penis. One pearl for one year behind the bars. In the Czech, a similar practice with placing balls under skin of penis, known as chatons, takes its place However, these balls, made from baked toothbrush bristles, and the usual desperate hygienic level of the whole procedure often lead to serious health complications.
Beading in Hell
In beading, which belongs to the practices of body modifications, Míla Bugtcher works with silicone implants certified for medical useand, of course, has the appropriate sterile equipment, workplace and two decades of experience and expertise. There is no one more professional who can answer the questions about beading.
Thirteen things aboutbeading you were too afraid to ask about
Thirteen questions about beading you were too afraid to ask about
The principle is simple. The skin on the penis is incised, a pocket is created in the subcutaneous tissue into which a silicone implant is inserted and the incision is sutured with a few stitches. The implant is then fixed in place with a bandage for a week. It is important to avoid veins, which are abundant on the penis during the procedure.
It is possible to choose from two forms of beading. The first is classic beading, where individual balls are used. The second variant is beading constructions, where I create a construction customized for customer from a series of connected balls, so that it copies the shape of his penis. Simply put, this creates a new “rim”.
How long does beading take?
I reserve an hour and a half for sitting with the customer so that we have enough time for consultation and preparation. The procedure itself then lasts only a few minutes from the moment I cut the skin to the moment when I stitch it again. In the case of beading constructions, which I create customized in advance, a longer time is needed, but even here we need only around ten minutes.
3. How big are the implants used for beading?
As standard, I use balls with sizes 6-9 mm. For an interesting aesthetic effect, it is possible to combine balls of several sizes. In places where it is not possible to place standard sizes, I also use smaller implants in sizes from 4 mm.
4. Is beading an aesthetic or functional modification?
Beading is both. It is primarily a functional modification, which also has an aesthetic effect. However, with beading implants, it is not possible to work with the placement of the implant as accurately as with aesthetic implants on the rest of the body. Thanks to another type of subcutaneous ligament, the implants on the penis can travel slightly and the body always adjusts their placement a bit. A certain space is also important for erection and sex. The situation is different for beading constructions, there it is possible to define the location more precisely, but even with them we cannot avoid a small travel.
5. What is the sex of beading for the partner’s partner?
The perception of sexual partners varies according to the type and size of the beading and also according to how the wearer uses the beading.
Therefore, I discuss the sexual preferences and habits with the customer from the very beginning and only then we choose the type of implant to suit his needs. Therefore, I discuss the sexual preferences and habits with the customer from the very beginning and only then we choose the type of implant to suit his needs. The perception of sexual partners varies according to the type and size of the beading and also according to how the wearer uses the beading.
6. How is beading sex for its wearer? Does he feel any change?
Of course, the wearer also feels beading, but differently from his sexual partner. The wearer perceives pressure or tension in the place where the implants increase the friction.
7. Is it true that beading equals penis augumentation?
It is not about lengthening the penis, but about enlarging the penis in terms of volume. Lengthening of the penis alone would not have the same effect as the right placement of the implants. I place the balls strategically in the places that are most exposed during sex. So the principle is not to implants as many balls inside as possible, but to use places where a few balls will have the greatest effect.
Míla sums up his experience: “I have implanted approximately two thousands implants in hundreds of penises.”
8. How long does beading heal?
The first phase of healing lasts aproximately a week. Swelling occurs at this stage and in the first days I recommend to remain calm and rest (office work is ok). The penis is bandaged in the first days and it is advisable to cool the place. Healing does not hurt, but it can be restrictive and unpleasant.
The second phase lasts about two months, when the implant grows under the subcutaneous ligament. The bandage is removed and the wearer is only affected by the restriction in sex.
9. How long is restricted to have sex after beading?
This is the first question everyone asks. Steve Haworth, a pioneer of modern beading, recommends two months without sex and masturbation. However, I consider total two-month sexual abstinence to be unrealistic. I always mention this information, but at the same time I try to advise you on how not to damage beading while masturbating and to minimize its movement. . However, I really recommend skipping the penetration for two months.
10. Can I use a condom with beading?
Yes, beading is all under the skin and therefore does not damage the condom.
11. Do you use anesthesia for beading?
Although beading is quite a painless affair, I use numbing ointment where I cut the skin. I always use it. Beading, unlike piercings, I do not consider a ritual but rather a plastic surgery. That is why I do not oppose deadening during the procedure, on the contrary, I recommend it.
12. . What type of men are typical beading customers? Isn’t this a modification just for criminals?
I did beading for guys from all parts of society. Some of my customers were in prison, but they are a minority. I made implants in the penis to bachelors, police officers, craftsmen, entrepreneurs, officials, teachers and managers. These are usually people you don’t recognize at first glance. Their motivation is mainly to enjoy sex.
13. How long is it possible to leave implants in the body? Can they be removed at the request of the partner?
For beading, I use exclusively medical grade silicone, ie medical silicone certified for use in medicine. It is possible to leave it in the body indefinitely. Nevertheless, the implants are relatively easy to remove. Just make a small incision and push the implant out.
If you are interested in beading, arrange an appointment with Míla Bugtcher at email@example.com
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