CPAP Masks

CPAP masks for obstructive sleep apnea are available in select styles. Types include nasal masks, full-face masks, and nasal pillow style. Depending on your facial structure and needs, we offer a wide selection to help you receive the best treatment possible.

Choosing the right style is one of the most important factors in achieving positive results from therapy and for your overall comfort. Nasal masks only cover the nose and are the most commonly prescribed style. Full-face styles cover both the nose and mouth and work best for people that breathe through their mouth. This style is also recommended for people on high CPAP pressures or use Bi-Level (BiPAP).

The nasal pillow style simply uses cushion inserts that seal around the nose. This is the least invasive style. Whether you toss and turn or need a better field of vision, choose a mask that helps you meet your CPAP therapy goals.

FAQs


What Are the Different Types of CPAP Masks?


The three common types of CPAP masks are the following:

  • CPAP Nasal Mask
  • CPAP Nasal Pillow Mask
  • CPAP Full-Face Mask

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What Is the Best CPAP Mask for Side Sleepers?


Nasal and nasal pillow style masks for CPAP treatment are the ideal choices for side sleepers. Both styles offer a high level of comfort and adjustability, so they work well for people who move around when they sleep or sleep on their sides. Here are our top masks for these styles:


Browse our collections here and here to find the mask for CPAP that best fits your sleeping position.


What Is the Best CPAP Mask for Mouth Breathers?


Full-face and hybrid styles cover the mouth and nose, so they are the best choices for mouth breathers. Here are our top picks for this style of CPAP masks:

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