Full Face Masks
Full face masks cover both the nose and the mouth to deliver pressure through either or both methods. Perfect for the mouth breather, or for those patients suffering from allergies or nasal congestion. Many people choose to have a full face mask as a spare in case of sickness or allergies. Narrow your search to the left to find the perfect full face mask for you. Need help? Click the live chat icon to the right to speak with an expert.
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What is a Full CPAP Face Mask?
Full face masks cover the entire nose and mouth for CPAP users who predominantly breathe through the mouth during sleep. Full CPAP masks use headgear to attach to the face and are ideal for back sleepers and side sleepers. Although these masks cover more of the face than any other type, they are designed to be as comfortable and unobtrusive as possible.
Why Choose a Full CPAP Face Mask?
Full face masks deliver CPAP to either the nose, mouth, or both at the same time. This makes them ideal for mouth breathers, or those who suffer from congestion or allergies. In fact, some CPAP users like to keep a full face mask on hand in case a cold or allergy symptoms prevent them from breathing through the nose.
Can Full CPAP Masked be Used for Mouth Breathing?
Yes! Full face masks are the only type of mask that can be used for mouth breathers. If you breathe through both the nose and mouth, this type of mask can be beneficial for you, too.