Push plates for Dual tension
The picture on the right shows my partial frenulum that I still had after being circumcised.
Four style push plates are available for the DTR. The standard and notched push plate is what most men will start with.
When using dual tension the standard push plate or notched push plate is what is normally used since these push plates do not require much skin to work with. CI-2 recommend
The conform plate's are used by more advanced restoring men because more skin is needed to be able to use these plates. CI-4+ would be recommended
The conform plates shown here is the answer to many requests I have gotten in the past years to make a deeper push plate. The idea behind these plates is to distribute the pressure over a larger surface of the glans. I personally found them to work better when using higher amounts of tension for longer periods of time. They should be looked at as a secondary push plate to increase your restoring options.
This plate is a little more than twice as deep inside as a standard or notched plate so more skin is needed to use them.
All push plates are interchangeable and can be used on any DTR. All push plate are available on the parts page.
The conform plate is not designed to fully engulf the glans. Like normal push plates the conform plate should be smaller then the glans diameter. I have found this to work better for me personally.
Do not get a Conform plate unless you have been restoring for awhile and have plenty of skin to work with.
The size of the standard/notched push plate is approximately 34 mm wide.
The size of the conform push plate is approximately 35 mm wide.
The Frenulum can be small or more pronounced. This area will get more pressure placed on it when using a standard plate resulting in pain and discomfort in this area. A relief notch in the push plate is needed to avoid this problem.
Guys that are tightly circumcised will find the tugging method easier to start with since it requires less slack skin to use.
If you are having issues with the frenulum when using a push plate CONTACT ME.
Caution! Being too aggressive can lead to injuries such as skin tears and bruising or possible other damaging injuries. I've had done this personally in the past from being too aggressive with my routines. Always use your own judgment on how you choose to restore. Pain is not part of restoring. The information on this web site is to show how I personally choose to restore and is not intended as instructions or medical advice on how everyone should restore. What you choose to do with this information you do at your own risk.