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Discount CPAP Masks- Nasal, Full and Nasal Pillow

Discount Nasal CPAP Masks
All discounted Nasal CPAP Masks are available within this category. Masks have either been overstocked and priced to move or are soon to be discontinued!
Discounted Nasal Pillow CPAP Masks
All Nasal Pillow CPAP Masks that are discounted are available within this category and are either overstock items or soon to be discontinued!
Discounted Full Face CPAP Masks
All discounted Full Face CPAP Masks are found within this category and are discounted due to overstock or are discontinued items!
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Full Life Full Face Mask With Headgear
Philips Respironics FullLife™ Full Face Mask with Headgear
MSRP: $239.00
Your Price: $119.00 - Limited Quantities Available
Philips Respironics FullLife™ Full Face Mask with Headgear
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Respironics Full Life™ Full Face Mask with Headgear. Smaller and lighter - yet highly durable. Revolutionary design makes FullLife a great choice for both men and women who need a full-face mask but prefer something more compact and less intrusive.

CPAP Mask Styles:

  • Nasal CPAP Masks
  • Nasal Pillow CPAP Masks
  • Full Face CPAP Masks

Nasal CPAP Masks:

Nasal CPAP Masks are used in conjunction with a CPAP or Bi-Level Machine for the treatment of Obstructive Sleep Apnea. The Nasal Style covers just the nose and typically has a forehead support and pad along with a headgear to keep the mask on your face. The Nasal Style is a very commonly used CPAP Mask and was the preferred method of treatment for a mask until the Nasal Pillow Style came into the market.

Nasal CPAP Masks typically have parts that can be replaced without having to replace the whole mask. Those parts can be found in the CPAP Mask Parts Category.  CPAP Mask Parts and Accessories DO NOT require prescriptions, therefore a CPAP Mask without the Headgear attached DOES NOT require a prescription.


Nasal Pillow CPAP Masks:

Nasal Pillow CPAP Masks are CPAP or Bi-Level Masks that use the outer rim of the nostril to make the seal for the CPAP or Bi-Level pressure.  The Nasal Pillow CPAP Mask uses what is commonly referred to as Nasal Pillows or Cushions with minimal Headgear to keep the mask on your face.  The Nasal Pillow CPAP Mask has become one of the more popular styles of CPAP Masks on the market due to the mask being lightweight with minimal headgear as well as no forehead pad.  Many times, Sleep Apnea sufferers suffer from forehead pain or indentations from the forehead pads and because the Nasal Pillow Style does not have that, it eliminates those issues.

Nasal Pillow CPAP Masks contain minimal parts to be replaced.  Typically the Headgear and Pillows or Cushions are replaced every 3-6 months depending on wear and tear as well as how diligent the user is on keeping their supplies cleaned daily.  Again, CPAP Mask Parts or CPAP Masks without Headgear attached DO NOT need a prescription.


Full Face CPAP Masks:

Full Face CPAP Masks use the Nasal and Oral passages to retrieve the CPAP or Bi-Level pressure.  Commonly, users that cannot keep their mouth shut during sleep will use the Full Face CPAP Masks.  Full Face CPAP Masks are typically the most difficult CPAP Masks to get a good seal because of the area the Full Face CPAP Masks are trying to seal.  Most Full Face CPAP Masks use the bridge of the nose and just below the lower lip to seal the mask to the user's face.  The fact that the chin drops during sleep, users find that a seal is good near the bridge of the nose (because it is a stable area) and tend to lose the seal near the lower lip or cheeks (because the chin dropped during sleep). 

Full Face CPAP Masks use the Full Face Cushion, Forehead Supports and Pads as well as Headgear to keep the mask contained to the face.  The Full Face CPAP Mask has many parts that can be replaced due to the part breaking or becoming worn out.  Typically the Full Face Cushions, Headgear, Mask Elbows and Forehead Supports or Pads are replaced every 3-6 months.  Again, CPAP Mask Parts or CPAP Masks without Headgear attached DO NOT need a prescription.