Push plates for using 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.
The notched plate is the same size as the standard. the only difference is a notch to accommodate the frenulum if one still exists
For years I made what is called a conform plate. This plate is deeper and a little wider then the standard size push plate.
The frenulum can be small or pronounced. This area will get more pressure placed on it when using a standard plate resulting in pain and discomfort in this area. The relief notch in needed to help 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.
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.
As you can see a conform plate increases the length of the DTR bell to twice its size. This is why only advanced restoring men can only use them.
The conform plate is not a must have upgrade. This is stickily another option to change the pressure points on the glans when using dual tension.
I will continue to make these by request only since these are not for everyone and really should be used by advanced restorers that are just looking of another option to change the feel of the DTR when using dual tension.
The conform plate is like a leather bucket seat option for advanced DTR users... not a necessity but it can change the feel of the device by distributing the pressure differently on the glans.
- $30 Standard confrom
- $35 Notched conform
Push plates and pressure points, when using a push plate over time you may feel certain areas of the glans getting more fatigued then other areas, this is due to compressing this tissue in the same spot on the glans over time. Reddish sore marks can sometimes be seen. If this happens a break is needed to let the glans return back to normal otherwise this will continue to get worse and take much longer to clear up. Alternating a different push plate or adding a cushion to change how pressure is placed on the glans can also help avoid this. I would often switch to a method like Tugging, weight or even Direct Air to avoid any pressure on the glans when If I started to see this bruising.