Many Full Face CPAP mask users encounter skin irritation, sweating, and leaks from with their masks. The RemZzz CPAP mask liner design helps to prevent moisture by the natural fiber material allowing moisture to wick away.
Featuring the AirPillow seal the Fisher & Paykel Brevida mask cushion delivers nasal pillow CPAP therapy with improved comfort and stability. Find replacement Brevida mask cushions available for purchase at Sleep Direct.
These gel nasal pillows, from Philips Respironics, come standard with all Nuance & Nuance Pro CPAP Masks. Nuance / Nuance Pro gel nasal pillows are infused with a ring of soft, flexible gel that rests on the outside of the nostrils to create a secure seal without pressure or pinching.
This is the replacement cushion and SST Flap for use with the ComfortGel Blue Full Face CPAP Mask. It includes both the “Blue” gel cushion and the clear silicone flap that snaps on top of the cushion.
The Fisher & Paykel Simplus™ replacement headgear is for the F&P Simplus™ Full Face CPAP Mask.
Ensure your AirTouch F20 for Her and AirFit F20 for Her mask fits comfortably and delivers peak performance by fitting a new replacement F20 for Her headgear. Find a replacement headgear for the AirTouch and AirFit F20 for Her masks at Sleep Direct.
This headgear is compatible with the ResMed AirFit N20 system. It provides comfortable support to keep the mask stable on the face. The headgear is designed to fit a variety of head shapes and sizes — fitting 99% of patients.
Find replacement headgear for the Fisher & Paykel Brevida mask to get the most out of your CPAP therapy. Purchase a new Brevida headgear today from Sleep Direct.
Make sure your AirTouch F20 or AirFit F20 mask fits comfortably and run at optimal efficiency by wearing a new replacement F20 headgear. Order replacement headgear for the AirTouch and AirFit F20 mask at Sleep Direct.
Fisher & Paykel’s RollFit Full Face Seal is designed for use with all F&P Simplus CPAP Masks. The RollFit Seal incorporates integrated stability panels for optimal sealing performance and stability all night long.
CPAP masks come in a variety of shapes and sizes to accommodate the diverse needs and preferences of sleep apnea patients. The most popular CPAP mask designs are classified into three types: Full Face, Nasal and Nasal Pillow. Full Face CPAP masks cover both the nose and mouth, while Nasal CPAP masks cover only the nose and Nasal Pillow masks are placed inside the nostrils. Several factors come into play when selecting the right CPAP mask. Personal preference is a major factor, as patients will discover certain CPAP masks are simply more comfortable and/or effective than others. A patient’s breathing preferences during sleep (through the mouth or nose) is another aspect that can necessitate that a specific mask type is indicated. Other considerations include the unique size and shape of a patient’s facial anatomy, including facial hair, which can affect fit and the mask’s seal. Women who suffer from sleep apnea should know that there are also CPAP masks for women, specifically designed to address fit and comfort issues. The key for CPAP patients is finding a sleep apnea mask that fits comfortably while still maintaining the required volume of air pressure. Consultation with the medical professionals that prescribe CPAP therapy can offer helpful suggestions as patients search for the CPAP mask that works best for them. Find your CPAP mask solution today at Sleep Direct.