masks

Choosing the correct mask is crucial to Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) therapy. Deciding on a mask that suits your own individual breathing needs, sleep habits, and comfort levels is essential in treating sleep apnea.

Full Face Mask

Full Face Masks provide a comfortable solution for users who typically breathe through their mouth and would prefer to avoid the use of a chinstrap. They are also a perfect alternative for when nasal congestion occurs or frequent congestion due to allergies or cold symptoms.

Nasal Mask

Nasal Masks are the most common type of mask, as they offer a more natural airflow and are better for high pressure settings. Additionally, the suction of the nasal mask creates a secure fitting, particular if the user is an active or side sleeper. The masks are triangular in shape and fit over the nose down to the upper lip.

Nasal Pillow

Nasal Pillows are popular amongst users due to being lightweight and minimal in design. They are the smallest of the CPAP masks and is ideal for users who prefer a simple feel without too much material touching their face as well as offering a better field of vision for those who would like to read or watch TV prior to sleep.