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Nasal CPAP Masks for Patients with Sleep Apnea
Known for their triangle shape, the nasal mask is the most popular type of CPAP mask. It covers the bridge of the nose and rests against the upper lip, and is available in gel, silicone, or cloth. Scroll down to the bottom of the page or click here for more information on Nasal CPAP Masks.
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The WiZARD Nasal CPAP mask is the newest mask from Apex Medical, featuring a comfortable silicone cushion and pressure distribution te... (read more)
The Advantage Hush Nasal CPAP mask features a Flex Bubble to conform to any facial contours, as well as a swivel hose connector to prevent y... (read more)
The SleepWeaver Advance Nasal CPAP mask is the first plastic-free mask, opting for comfortable and soft fabric option available in a variety... (read more)
The SleepWeaver Elan Soft Cloth Nasal CPAP Mask keeps the revolutionary cloth construction users have grown accustomed to, creating a unique... (read more)
The newly designed SleepWeaver Advance Small Soft Cloth PAP mask has all of the features you’ve come to love about the SleepWeaver in ... (read more)
The SleepWeaver Elan Nasal CPAP mask is a plastic-free mask, opting for comfortable and soft fabric option but still with an effective seal.... (read more)
The DreamFit Nasal CPAP mask has a soft, bellowing cushion and Breathe-O-Prene headgear with optional tubing attachments for maximum comfor... (read more)
What are Nasal CPAP Masks?
Nasal masks are one type of mask that is used in conjunction with a CPAP machine. They are the most popular type of mask and come in silicone, gel, or cloth styles. Nasal masks are shaped like a triangle and extend from the bridge of the nose to the upper lip, allowing air from your CPAP machine to enter through your nose. They are held in place by four-point headgear. These masks are ideal for people who breathe only through their nose at night; however, if your mouth opens while you sleep and you prefer the lower coverage of the nasal mask, consider using a chinstrap with your mask to keep your mouth closed. All nasal masks are compatible with all machines and are connected to the CPAP machine by a flexible hose. The mask should fit comfortably and seal completely without leaving red marks or causing soreness. It is suggested that mask cushions be replaced approximately every three months or when they begin to lose their shape or ability to seal well. It is also suggested that the entire mask be replaced every six months or when it begins to leak, rip, or fit uncomfortably. Also, the mask should be washed daily with warm water and gentle soap or baby shampoo and air dried. We suggest using CPAP Supplies Plus/Direct Mask Wipes or Quality CPAP Mask Cleanser spray as a safe and hassle-free solution for cleaning your mask each day.