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  • AirFit F30i with Headgear Starter Pack - Small
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    AirFit F30i with Headgear Starter Pack - Small

    ResMed

    MSRP: $149.00
    $129.00
    The AirFit™ F30i ResMed Full Face Mask features a top-of-head air tube connection that gives you the freedom to comfortably switch sleep positions.  And its UltraCompact mask cushion rests under your nose rather than over it, which...
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  • F&P Evora Full Face CPAP Mask FitPack with Headgear F&P Evora Full Face CPAP Mask FitPack with Headgear
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    F&P Evora Full Face CPAP Mask FitPack with Headgear

    Fisher & Paykel

    MSRP: $199.00
    $149.00
    This F&P Evora Full FitPack includes three cushion sizes -- Extra Small, Small-Medium and Large -- so you'll be sure to get your best fit right out of the box. Features Minimal Design Comfortable Seal Breathable Comfort Sleep Quietly Three...
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  • SFF1000 SFF1000_1
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    3B Medical Siesta Full Face CPAP Mask - FitPack

    3B Medical

    MSRP: $89.99
    $79.99
    3B Medical Siesta Full Face CPAP Mask - FitPack The 3B Medical Siesta Full Face Mask eliminates forehead support and uses rounded corners for better visibility lines. With an open line of sight and simple design, the Siesta offers you the premium...
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  • AirFit F30i with Headgear Starter Pack
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    ResMed

    MSRP: $149.00
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    The AirFit™ F30i ResMed Full Face Mask features a top-of-head air tube connection that gives you the freedom to comfortably switch sleep positions.  And its UltraCompact mask cushion rests under your nose rather than over it, which...
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  • ResMed AirFit F30 Starter Pack ResMed AirFit F30 Starter Pack
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    ResMed AirFit F30 Starter Pack

    ResMed

    MSRP: $169.99
    $139.99
    LIGHTWEIGHT & OPEN FULL FACE MASKThe AirFit F30 CPAP Mask is one of the quietest and lightest full face masks on the market with a minimalist look and feel designed for modern sleep therapy users. Made of advanced ultra-light materials the F30 mask...
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  • Philips Respironics DreamWear Full Face CPAP Interface with Headgear Philips Respironics DreamWear Full Face CPAP Interface with Headgear
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    Philips Respironics DreamWear Full Face CPAP Interface with Headgear

    Philips Respironics

    MSRP: $161.00
    $75.00
    The DreamWear Full Face CPAP Mask is Respironics' new Full Face CPAP Mask.  What makes this mask so different? Philips Respironics new and exciting design is the soft silicone frame that directs airflow through two silicone tubes to join at...
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  • 3B Medical F2 Single Patient Vented Full Face Mask - Large
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    3B Medical F2 Single Patient Vented Full Face Mask - Large

    3B Medical

    MSRP: $129.99
    $89.99
    3B Disposable Full Face Mask for F2 Single-Patient Vented Masks. The F2 line of disposable single patient vented masks provide a comfortable and easy fitting option for hospital and institutional single-patient use. CPAP Mask Meets the cost...
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    3B Medical Siesta Full Face CPAP Mask

    3B Medical

    MSRP: $74.99
    $55.99
    3B Medical Siesta Full Face CPAP Mask The 3B Medical Siesta Full Face Mask eliminates forehead support and uses rounded corners for better visibility lines. With an open line of sight and simple design, the Siesta offers you the premium features you're...
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  • Fisher & Paykel Simplus Full Face CPAP Mask - FitPack
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    Fisher & Paykel Simplus Full Face CPAP Mask - FitPack

    Fisher & Paykel

    MSRP: $168.00
    $135.00
    The Fisher & Pakel Simplus incorporates three key components, the RollFitTM Seal, ErgoFormTM Headgear and Easy Frame, all designed to work in harmony. In combination, these components offer the comfort, seal and easy use that Fisher & Paykel...
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  • Fisher & Paykel Vitera Full Face CPAP Mask with Headgear FitPack Fisher & Paykel Vitera Full Face CPAP Mask with Headgear FitPack
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    Fisher & Paykel Vitera Full Face CPAP Mask with Headgear FitPack

    Fisher & Paykel

    MSRP: $179.00
    $149.00
    Features: Adjustable Headgear Removable Forehead Clip Color Cues Headgear Clips Redefining Mask Performance. With the patient at the center of our design philosophy, the key focus areas for Vitera's design included stability, adaptability,...
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  • Circadiance SleepWeaver Anew Full Face CPAP Mask With Headgear Circadiance SleepWeaver Anew Full Face CPAP Mask With Headgear
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    Circadiance SleepWeaver Anew Full Face CPAP Mask With Headgear

    Circadiance

    MSRP: $109.00
    $98.00
    Our newest all-cloth, non-allergenic mask, the SleepWeaver Anew is especially designed for people who tend to breathe through their mouths. The dual interface design securely seals around both the nose and the mouth, with no gaps and only soft cloth...
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Just like a nasal mask and a nasal pillow, a CPAP full face mask is used with both CPAP and BiPAP machines to provide effective CPAP therapy to sleep apnea patients.

After you’re diagnosed with sleep apnea, a sleep specialist should help you choose the right mask for your face type.

Sleep therapy equipment suppliers such as the No Insurance Medical Supplies also have sleep lab technicians that can help you find a well-fitting and comfortable CPAP mask for your needs. They’ll also show you how to fit, clean, and maintain your CPAP mask.

If your sleep therapist recently recommended that you get a CPAP or BiPAP full face mask for your sleep apnea therapy, you may be wondering how this mask works.

Read on to understand how this type of mask works and why it may be the right CPAP mask for you.

What Is a CPAP Full Face Mask and How Does It Work

A full face mask is the largest of the three CPAP masks. These masks are used with CPAP machines to enable Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) patients to breathe better while asleep.

This mask covers the patient’s mouth and nose. It seals over the two airways, which allows effective air flow into the mouth and nasal passages. The full face mask also has side straps that help to keep it in place. Other components of this mask include a plastic frame and a forehead brace.

Some CPAP full face masks also have supportive pieces that extend to the patient’s cheeks. The forehead and cheek supportive pieces help to maintain a comfortable seal, as the multiple contact points of this mask increase the likelihood of air leaks.

Some modern full-face masks do not cover the nose but have nasal inserts that are similar to those found on CPAP nasal pillows. These nasal prongs direct the air into the nasal passages.

Who Should Use a CPAP Full Face Mask?

CPAP Full face masks are ideal for:

Patients who sleep with their mouths open – If you sleep with your mouth open, then you should use a full face mask. Also, if you notice that air escapes when you use a nasal mask or a nasal pillow, then you should switch to a full-face CPAP mask. 

Patients that experience dry mouth – If you usually wake up with a dry mouth, it means you are a mouth breather. Mouth breathers shouldn’t use nasal masks or nasal pillows, as air will escape through their mouths during the continuous positive airway pressure therapy. This decreases the amount of air they breathe, which makes the CPAP therapy less effective.

If you suffer from nasal congestion – If you have nasal congestion or blockage due to allergies, a cold, or other nasal-related illnesses, then you’ll have difficulties using a nasal mask or a nasal pillow. Instead, you should use a full-face CPAP mask as this mask allows pressurized air to enter your airways through your mouth

If you use higher CPAP pressuresettings – if you have severe sleep apnea or your sleep specialist has prescribed that you use a higher air pressure setting, then you may need to use full-face CPAP masks. Using a nasal mask or a nasal pillow may prove ineffective when using air pressures above 15H2O, as you may experience discomfort or even nose bleeds. However, a full-face CPAP mask is designed to feed higher air pressure to your mouth and nasal airways. Since a full face mask also covers most of your face, the wider surface area makes it more comfortable and tolerable for you to breathe in high-pressure air

Claustrophobic patients – As odd as it may sound, most claustrophobic patients prefer to use full face masks. This is because these masks have minimal contact with their faces, as they only touch the outer sides of their faces.

Back sleepers – A full-face CPAP mask is ideal for back sleepers as this sleeping position allows the mask to maintain its secure and comfortable seal

Restless sleepers – If you’re an active sleeper, the full-face mask will suit you. Since this mask has multiple straps and extra support, you can rest easy knowing that it will stay in place even when you toss and turn in bed

Pros of Using a Full Face CPAP Mask

  • Provides effective airflow to patients with congested or blocked noses
  • deal for mouth breathers
  • The large surface allows for indirect airflow to the airways, making high-pressure airflow more tolerable
  • Recommended for back sleepers and claustrophobic patients

Cons of Using a Full Face CPAP Mask

  • The mask's large surface area increases the likelihood of air leaks
  • The mask obstructs the patient’s vision making it impossible to use it while wearing glasses, reading or watching TV
  • The full-face CPAP mask is very bulky, which can make it hard for patients who can’t tolerate the extra material to find sleep
  • Not ideal for stomach or side sleepers