In order to receive the greatest benefit out of you CPAP mask, you must purchase the proper headgear. Though many masks come with headgear when purchased, there are different options available. See the bottom of this page for a more detailed look at our large selection of headgear options.
If you do not purchase the proper headgear, your mask may not be as secure and your quality of therapy may suffer. We offer a variety of headgear options for you full face, nasal, nasal pillow, or oral mask to ensure comfort and effective therapy. Chinstraps are also extremely useful for those who have chosen a nasal mask or nasal pillow by allowing air to only to pass through your nose when you sleep as opposed to escaping through your mouth. Headgear is needed regardless of what style of mask you choose as it is the only thing that can truly secure your mask for a restful night’s sleep.
Nasal headgear is required to correctly secure the CPAP mask to the patient’s face, preventing air from seeping out. Fitting the mask is easy thanks to the clips that are included. If you have a CPAP nasal mask,nasal headgear is needed to fasten the mask to you head when sleeping and ensure effective therapy throughout the night.
Full face headgear is intended to properly fasten full face CPAP masks to ensure effective therapy. Recent developments have made headgear additionally comfortable while leading to improved reliability during therapy. There are different types of full face headgear manufactured by Resmed, Respironics, and Fisher & Paykel.
During CPAP therapy the nasal pillow headgear securely fastens the CPAP nasal pillow face mask to ensure effective therapy. Not having nasal pillow headgear would result in air leaks, combating any therapy techniques. Nasal Pillow Headgear has a streamlined design and ensures for CPAP therapy to be beneficial.
Chinstraps are typically paired with nasal or nasal pillow CPAP masks. Their job is to keep the mouth closed during sleep so that air only passes through the nose, ensuring therapy pressure is effectively delivered. Chinstraps are a way to insure that you are benefitting from your CPAP mask.
Nasal headgear is required for nasal masks, which are triangular in shape. Fitting the mask is easy thanks to the clips that are included with the purchase of headgear. They allow you to easily remove your mask without the need to readjust your headgear when you put it back on. If you have a CPAP nasal mask, nasal headgear is required to fasten the mask to your head when sleeping and ensure therapy that works efficiently.
Full face headgear is used to fasten full face masks to your head during sleep. Recent developments have allowed for additional comfort in headgear while leading to improved reliability during therapy. Comfortable material, quick release clips, and many more innovations help make your mask as comfortable as possible. The huge variety of full face masks is reflected by the many choices you have for headgear.
Nasal pillow headgear securely fastens nasal pillow masks during CPAP therapy to allow for effective therapy. Not having nasal pillow headgear to accompany your nasal pillow mask would result in air leaks, which work against therapy techniques. Nasal pillow headgear is as streamlined as your mask design, helping it to be one of the least intrusive headgears resulting in a clear line of sight and greater comfort.
In order to benefit the most from your nasal or nasal pillow CPAP mask, a chin strap is recommended. Their job is to keep the mouth closed during sleep so that air only passes through the nose, ensuring therapy pressure is effectively delivered. While some people do not require the use of a chinstrap, they can help ensure that pressure is not being leaked from the mouth, taking away from your therapy. Chinstraps are a great way to insure that you are benefitting from your nasal or nasal pillow mask.