Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) masks come in many styles and sizes to comfortably treat your Apnea. Every individual has different needs based on face shapes, facial features and sleeping positions. Choosing the right CPAP mask would be the hardest part of selecting therapy. Do your research thoroughly, ask questions and visit a local vendor to try them on. Below offers a guide for types of CPAP masks and possible benefits of each.
Nasal pillow mask (center model):
Nasal pillows sit beneath the nose to supply air pressure. Pros of a nasal pillow mask:
Nasal mask (left model):
The nasal cushion covers the entire nose to supply air pressure. Pros of a nasal mask:
Full face mask (right model):
The mask covering the nose and mouth supply air pressure. Pros of a full face mask: