CPAP Masks Questions

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Is There a Difference of Basic and High-End CPAP Machines and Masks?
Scott Ridl Oct 13, 2016

Yes! All though the manufacturers may vary high-end equipment is commonly quieter, smaller, lighter, less prone to leaks and easier to breathe against. Higher priced equipment offers enhanced humidifiers and are made to travel with ease over the basic CPAP equipment. Take your time and choose wis...

Are any of your CPAP masks made of latex?
Scott Ridl Oct 13, 2016

No. Most CPAP masks on the market today are made of a hypoallergenic silicone based material.

Can any CPAP Mask be Used with any CPAP or BiLevel Machine?
Scott Ridl Oct 13, 2016

Our manufacturer’s masks are universal, and can be used with any CPAP or BiLevel machine from any other manufacturer. Have more questions? Call Us at 877.774.9271 Contact Us via on Online Form

Which CPAP mask will work with my machine?
Scott Ridl Oct 13, 2016

All CPAP masks and most CPAP tubing are made to a standard size. Because of this, you can choose any mask to use with your CPAP or BiLevel machine. You should choose your CPAP mask based on previous good experiences with a mask, a doctor's recommendation based on your sleep study, or suggestions ...

Which Type of Mask Should I Choose?
Scott Ridl Oct 13, 2016

There are traditional nasal masks (by far, the most popular with CPAP users), alternative nasal masks, full face masks (for those patients who have problems with mouth breathing or leaking from the mouth), nasal interface systems (such as nasal pillows systems), and oral masks. For the best possi...

Why is a Full Face Mask Recommended for Mouth Breathers?
Scott Ridl Oct 13, 2016

If a patient is a mouth breather and uses a nasal mask, most often the pressure is reduced; making treatment ineffective. A full face mask allows the patient to breathe from the nose or the mouth, while still obtaining maximum treatment.

What if I continue to experience mask leakage during the night?
Scott Ridl Oct 13, 2016

A misconception with many CPAP users is that a CPAP mask should be 100% leak free. All CPAP masks have a slight leak. A variety of issues may cause an excessive mask leakage. Here are a few helpful tips: with your machine running, pull your CPAP mask away from your face so that the seal can be pr...

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