CPAP Masks

We offer the best CPAP masks from the most prominent manufacturers in the industry. Full face, pillow, interface, total face, nasal, and even hybrid CPAP masks are available. Have questions? Call us for guidance. You can also click the button to the right to chat with CPAP mask expert right now.

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How to Choose the Right CPAP Mask

There are numerous types of CPAP masks available on the market today. This is a direct reflection of the varying needs of so many CPAP users. Choosing the right CPAP mask to fit you may seem overwhelming, but considering just a few of your sleep habits and preferences should help you narrow down the field.

1. Sleep Positioning

How do you sleep? On your side or back? Do you move around? If you’re a side sleeper like the majority of people, the full face mask is probably not a great option for you. Movement and side sleeping will generally break the mask seal of a full face mask, rendering it ineffective.

2. Breathing Habits

If you typically breathe through your mouth while sleeping, a full face CPAP mask or hybrid would be a great choice for you, since therapy is delivered through both the mouth and nose. However, if you prefer a nasal mask or nasal pillow mask, there is always the option of wearing a chin strap.

3. Allergies

If you suffer regularly from allergies, the nasal pillow mask and the nasal mask are not likely to be good options for you. The pressurized air in these CPAP masks is delivered to the nostrils, and constant congestion means no CPAP therapy.

4. Pressure Needs

Many patients on a higher pressure setting find the nasal pillow mask an uncomfortable option. A better choice might be a regular nasal mask, full face, or hybrid option.

5. Facial Hair

Facial hair can inhibit the CPAP mask seal. If you have facial hair, choose a mask that won’t sit directly on your hair. The best option for most types of facial hair is the nasal pillow mask.

6. Comfort Preferences

Ultimately, different people find different types of masks most comfortable. Some prefer a nasal pillow mask for its minimalistic design. Others find the nasal pillows irritating to their nostrils and prefer a mask that only touches the outside of their face (a full face mask).

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Popular CPAP Masks

Read on to learn more about the most popular types of CPAP masks, and what differentiates them.

Nasal CPAP Masks

ResMed N20, ResMed N30i, Fisher & Paykel Eson 2 and the Respironics Wisp are great compact, comfortable choices.

Nasal Pillow Masks

The ResMed AirFit P10 , the Fisher & Paykel Brevida and the tried and true ResMed Swift FX are two top sellers for nasal pillow CPAP. The ResMed P30i was introduced in 2019 with it's over the head tubing option.

Full Face Masks

The ResMed AirFit F20, ResMed AirTouch and the Fisher & Paykel Simplus are highly rated.

Oral Masks

The Fisher & Paykel Oracle is one of the only oral-only CPAP masks on the market. It’s a great choice for someone who exclusively breathes out of their mouth.

Hybrid Masks

These masks are a combined nasal pillow mask and oral mask which is another solution for those who need a different full face mask option. This mask does not cover the nose and therefore protects the bridge of the nose from sores. A great choice for this mask type is the Respironics DreamWear Full, ResMed AirFit F30 and the older style ResMed Mirage Liberty.

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