Moyamoya vasculopathy (MMV) leads to chronic hypoperfusion predominantly in the middle cerebral artery (MCA) and anterior cerebral artery (ACA) territories. Most revascularization techniques focus on revascularization of the MCA territory. Augmentation of blood flow in the frontal area is important for neurocognition and lower extremity function. In this article we describe a new combined (direct and indirect) one-stage bypass technique consisting of a superficial temporal artery to middle cerebral artery (STA-MCA) bypass with encephalo-duro-synangiosis (EDS) for unilateral MCA revascularization, along with an encephalo-duro-periosteal-synangiosis (EDPS) for bifrontal blood flow augmentation. The strength of this technique is the revascularization of three vascular territories during a single surgical intervention: the MCA unilaterally; and the frontal territories bilaterally. Bifrontal EDPS may also be considered as a supplementary independent procedure for patients who previously underwent revascularization treatment in the MCA territory, but develop symptoms due to frontal hypoperfusion.