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CPAP Masks

CPAP masks, like noses, come in all shapes and sizes, and it can often be confusing to know which mask will suit you best.

The 3 main types of Obstructive Sleep Apnea masks are:

  1. Full Face Masks – cover the nose and mouth, and are used primarily for “mouth-breathers” - patients who breathe through their nose and mouth during the night. Full face masks are usually a comfortable choice for those requiring high pressures also.
  2. Nasal Masks –cover the nose from the bridge to just above the lip, and are worn over the nose with straps around the head. They are relatively lighter and more compact than a full face mask, and more stable for restless sleepers. They also cope better with higher pressures than nasal pillow masks.
  3. Nasal Pillow Masks – either sit under the nose, or have two soft silicone prongs which are worn in the nostrils to deliver air pressure. They are popular for being lighter and more compact that nasal or full face masks. They work well for those with thick beards or moustaches, or feel claustrophobic. They are also suitable for those who like to read or watch TV with glasses on.

If unsure which CPAP mask will suit you best, it is recommended that you speak to an independent and experienced CPAP Consultant who can walk you through the many different brands and masks, to determine which mask will suit you best.

Sove CPAP Clinic is an accredited CPAP provider that purchases all of its CPAP mask supplies locally and directly from the official CPAP suppliers. We offer the lowest prices on CPAP Masks for Sale. Select from the largest brands such as ResMed Australia, Philips Respironics, Fisher & Paykel, Transcend, Devilbiss, BMC, Weinmann and Apex, either online or in store and discover the flexibility we offer with our price matching deals and payment plans on accredited Australian and New Zealand CPAP suppliers.

Sove CPAP Clinic’s CPAP Consultants will assist all new and existing CPAP mask users with finding the best fitting CPAP mask. Our CPAP Consultants take the time to go through all the different mask types, including CPAP nasal masks, CPAP full face masks and CPAP nasal pillow masks so that patients get the optimal CPAP mask fit. To assist new CPAP mask users, Sove CPAP Clinic also offers CPAP mask rentals, so that Sleep Apnea treatment options are all explored comprehensively. For new CPAP mask users under the care of a Sleep Specialist, we will work with your specialist to optimise your CPAP treatment, and to keep them regularly updated with your CPAP downloads. Sove CPAP Clinic offers a CPAP price matching guarantee as well as CPAP payment plans to provide as many obstructive sleep apnea treatment options as possible. We also offer CPAP alternative treatment options as well including sleep apnea positional devices and RipSnore.

ResMed AirFit P10 Nasal Pillow CPAP Mask
RRP $289 Save: $120 $169
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ResMed AirFit N20 Nasal CPAP Mask
RRP $275 Save: $106 $169
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ResMed AirFit F20 Full Face CPAP Mask
RRP $299 Save: $130 $169
Pickup available
ResMed AirFit F30i Full Face CPAP Mask
RRP $299 Save: $130 $169
Pickup available
ResMed AirFit F30 Full Face CPAP Mask
RRP $299 Save: $130 $169
Pickup available
Fisher & Paykel Evora Full Face CPAP Mask
RRP $299 Save: $130 $169
Pickup available
Fisher & Paykel Simplus Full Face CPAP Mask
RRP $299 Save: $130 $169
Pickup available
Fisher & Paykel Evora Full Face CPAP Mask Fitpack
RRP $310 Save: $135 $175
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Fisher & Paykel Solo Pillow Mask Fitpack
RRP $349 Save: $124 $225
Pickup available
Fisher & Paykel Vitera Full Face CPAP Mask
RRP $299 Save: $130 $169
Pickup available
Philips Respironics DreamWear Silicone Nasal Pillows CPAP Mask
RRP $289 Save: $109 $180
Pickup available
Fisher & Paykel Solo Nasal Mask Fitpack
RRP $349 Save: $124 $225
Pickup available
Fisher & Paykel Brevida Nasal Pillows CPAP Mask FitPack
RRP $289 Save: $120 $169
Pickup available
Fisher & Paykel Eson Nasal CPAP Mask
RRP $275 Save: $116 $159
Pickup available
Fisher & Paykel Evora Nasal CPAP Mask
RRP $299 Save: $130 $169
Pickup available

We offer our clients and customers the lowest prices on CPAP Masks for Sale. Select from the largest brands such as ResMed Australia, Philips Respironics, Fisher & Paykel, Transcend, Devilbiss, Weinmann and Apex, either online or in store and discover the flexibility we offer with our price matching deals on accredited Australian and New Zealand CPAP suppliers.

CPAP Masks for Sale can differ greatly between brand and type. If you have been directed to purchase a CPAP machine to manage a breathing condition and help you achieve restful and safe sleep, then Sove CPAP Clinic is the right solution for you. We not only offer you the lowest guaranteed prices on CPAP Masks for Sale, we also offer you genuine and independent buying advice from specialist sales staff and professional consultants.

Sove CPAP Clinic operates as an independent retailer for CPAP machines, masks and accessories. We carry all of the major brands and our staff know and understand the available CPAP treatment options, machine and mask types. We can offer you professional advice on the best options available for your needs and budget.

Choosing the Right Mask

Shop online or in store for CPAP accessories designed to offer you the best treatment at the best prices.

Choosing a CPAP mask is not something you can undertake lightly. Depending on your needs and condition, your mask choice can greatly impact your comfort and sleep quality. It is important to understand which type of mask will best suit you and what you find the most comfortable to wear.

All CPAP masks are designed to maximise your comfort while wearing them but what one person finds comfortable could be very different from what another person might believe is comfortable. CPAP masks also come in a variety of seals and frames, offering full masks and nasal masks depending on how your treatment has been directed.

Commencing Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) therapy could be a significant step towards better sleep health for those with Sleep Apnea. However, choosing the right CPAP mask is important for your overall Sleep Apnea treatment, comfort and usage of your machine.

We appreciate how daunting CPAP treatment can be for people new to treatment, and in this article, we’ll answer ten questions to guide you through the process so you can make informed decisions about your treatment.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Which kind of CPAP mask will best suit me?

Here’s a guide to help you learn the different CPAP mask types and find the one that will suit you:

There are 3 CPAP mask types to choose from:

Full Face Masks – traditionally cover the nose and mouth, to help patients who mouth breathe during sleep and have regular nasal congestion. Newer and more modern full face CPAP masks offer patients the option of covering the mouth and sitting under the nostrils, rather than over the whole nose. These are generally lighter and less claustrophobic than the older full face CPAP masks. Full face CPAP masks are generally more stable and suitable for patients on higher CPAP pressures.
Nasal Masks – traditionally cover the nose, and are usually beneficial for patients who can breathe with their nose and sleep with their mouth closed. Restless sleepers will benefit from its stability as well. Nasal masks are generally lighter and less claustrophobic than full face CPAP masks and handle higher pressures well.
Nasal Pillow Masks – are the most minimalist CPAP masks available. They are the lightest and least invasive, with a minimal contact interface, and either two plugs or a cushion under the nostrils. The nasal pillow mask is ideal for those with facial hair, experience claustrophobia, or wear glasses while reading or watching TV before sleeping.

Aside from these, there are other types of CPAP masks. One of which is the paediatric CPAP mask, including the ResMed Pixi Paediatric Mask. Specifically designed for young children, this caters to patients aged two to seven.

We recommend reaching out to a healthcare professional or a CPAP Consultant for guidance when choosing your CPAP mask. They can provide independent advice and personalised care based on your specific needs and preferences. Too often, patients encounter difficulties when they attempt to work it out all on their own without any proper clinical supervision.

Which size should I choose for a CPAP mask?

CPAP masks typically come in standard sizes – small, medium, or large. Nevertheless, the CPAP mask fitting of a ‘standard’ size can still differ between brands – just like clothes and shoes!

To help you find a proper CPAP mask fit, our CPAP Consultants at Sove CPAP Clinic are experts at providing personalised guidance. They’ll work with you to help determine the right fit for your unique facial structure. Moreover, many masks are equipped with adjustable mask straps, allowing for further refinement of the fit.

Does the mask include headgear, cushion, and clips?

When you purchase a CPAP mask, it will generally come with everything you need to get started, including the mask headgear, cushion and clips. If unsure, speak to your provider who can confirm what is included.

We encourage you to explore our range of CPAP accessories, including CPAP mask cushions, headgear, clips and liners, here at SOVE CPAP Clinic. Our knowledgeable team is here to guide you through the options and help you choose the accessories that best complement your specific CPAP mask and personal needs.

Are there CPAP masks with adjustable forehead support?

Yes, some CPAP masks feature adjustable forehead support to enhance comfort and fit.

A prime example is the Philips Respironics Amara Gel Full Face CPAP Mask, which includes a forehead adjuster button. By pressing and holding this button, you can slide the frame towards or away from your face, allowing you to fine-tune the pressure on the bridge of your nose and chin.

What are the differences between silicone and gel CPAP masks?

A silicone CPAP mask is known for its durability and flexibility. It conforms well to the face, providing a reliable and comfortable seal that minimises air leaks. It’s a durable option that maintains its shape and effectiveness over time, even with regular use. Additionally, silicone masks are easy to clean and maintain, making them a practical choice for regular users.

Conversely, a gel CPAP mask offers a softer, more adaptable fit. It moulds to the contours of your face to ensure optimal comfort and an effective seal. The gel material is gentle on the skin, which could be ideal for users experiencing sensitivity and seeking to reduce pressure points and discomfort during sleep.

What is the difference between the AirFit mask and the AirTouch mask?

These ResMed masks differ mainly in their cushion types.

The ResMed AirFit features the InfinitySeal silicone cushion, known for its durability and quality seal. In contrast, the ResMed AirTouch is equipped with the UltraSoft memory foam cushion that moulds to the contours of the patients face, and designed for exceptional comfort and a more gentle fit.

Both masks share the same headgear, frame, and elbow components, offering flexibility to interchange cushions according to your comfort preferences. It is like having 2 masks for the price of 1!

To learn more about the differences between the ResMed AirFit and AirTouch mask range, we recommend viewing our ResMed Mask Face-Off: AirFit vs AirTouch video below.

How do I know when it’s time to replace my CPAP mask?

Here are some indicators that it might be time for a replacement:

Duration of use – If you’ve used the CPAP mask or its parts, like the cushion or headgear, beyond their recommended lifespan – cushions for six months, masks and headgear for 12 months – it’s time to consider a new one.
Condition of the CPAP mask – Check for signs of wear and tear such as cracks in the frame, excessive softness and oiliness, or tears in the cushion. Also, look for fraying headgear, which requires tightening more often to prevent leaks.
Comfort and fit – Persistent soreness or red marks on your face from the mask, or increased air leakage, are clear signs that the mask no longer fits well.

How often should I change the cushion of the CPAP mask?

Typically, the cushions of CPAP masks should be replaced every six months. However, this can vary depending on usage, cleaning frequency, and your skin’s natural oils. For the most accurate guidance, always refer to your mask’s user guide.

Can I order online and pick up the mask from your shop?

Absolutely. You can order our CPAP masks for sale online and then pick them up from our clinics. To avoid confusion and for a smoother experience, we recommend sending us a product and sales enquiry when placing your order. To arrange your appointment for the pick-up, simply contact us at 1300 76 29 39 or email info@thecpapclinic.com.au.

At Sove CPAP Clinic, we’re the largest independent treatment provider for CPAP Australia-wide and an official accredited supplier of a wide range of CPAP brands. Because of this, we can provide you with competitive pricing with the lowest price guarantee. This means that if you find a lower price elsewhere, we’re happy to match it.

Additionally, our 360 CPAP Care Plan allows eligible users to access all necessary support and supplies for their CPAP therapy, so they can receive the comprehensive care they need all in one place.

Can I change or return the mask if the size doesn’t fit me?

We appreciate the importance for our patients to choose the right mask. That is why we offer a 30 day money back guarantee on a large selection of our CPAP masks.

If you need help choosing the right CPAP mask, speak with our CPAP Consultants who are here to help. We offer face-to-face, telephone and telehealth advice. We are also available 24/7 via live chat on this website to assist you in choosing the right fit for your CPAP mask.

Do you also rent the mask?

Given that we offer a 30 day money back guarantee on a large selection of our CPAP masks, we feel it is no longer necessary to rent CPAP masks. This way, patients can be assured of using a hygienic, new mask right from the get go.

We do however, offer CPAP machine rentals in addition to our 30 day money back guarantee on select CPAP machines for sale; Our CPAP machine rental program includes a comprehensive four-week therapy session with a qualified clinician, counselling, and interpretation of sleep or therapy results to optimise your treatment.

ALWAYS FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS FOR USE. CPAP is used for Obstructive Sleep Apnoea treatment. When considering whether CPAP is right for you, speak to your doctor.