CPAP Masks

Selecting the accurate CPAP Mask is essential step in sleep apnea oxygen therapy. There are three main types of CPAP mask, a full face mask, nasal mask and nasal pillows. Each of these works in a slightly different way, and has different advantages and disadvantages. Although there are factors which might suggest which mask may suit you best, there are no golden rules. The best way to find the ideal solution for you is by trial and error. There is no doubt that taking the time to choose carefully – and not being afraid to change your mind and try something new – is really important.

Finding a mask which fits well and is comfortable is the best way to ensure you are happy to continue using it, and feel the benefits which CPAP can offer you. For additional help selecting a CPAP mask, please contact one of our Oxygen Specialist.
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  • Respironics EasyLife Nasal Mask FitPack with Headgear
    The EasyLife Nasal CPAP Mask was created for your comfort and ease. Respironics EasyLife is lightweight, flexible, and self-adjusting.
  • Respironics Optilife Nasal Pillow and CradleCushion CPAP Mask with Headgear
    The Respironics OptiLife was designed with your comfort and ease of use in mind. The OptiLife is latex-free, easily adjustable, easy to assemble and easy to clean.
  • DeVilbiss EasyFit Silicone Nasal CPAP Mask
    The EasyFit Nasal Mask (Once known as SomnoTech, SomnoPlus, and SoyalaInterfaces ) was created after DeVilbiss analyzed the facial structures, characteristics and consistencies of 50,000 individuals.
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  • ResMed Mirage™ FX Nasal CPAP Mask and Heagear
    The mask that so many CPAP users have been waiting for and talking about, the ResMed Mirage FX Nasal CPAP Mask is now available.
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  • ResMed Quattro Fx Full Face Mask
    The Quattro FX Full Face Mask was designed with comfort in mind, made with fewer points of contact to the face this mask is ideal for side sleepers.
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