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:
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
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
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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.