If you're shopping for full-face masks for CPAP machines, consider the following:
- Fit: Full-face masks typically fit around the nose and mouth area in a triangular shape. A proper fit will have very minimal air leakage in any sleeping position.
- Style: Newer models of full-face masks no longer have a forehead piece, are set lower on the face, and connect to tubing at the top of the head, so users have a clear field of vision.
- IMPORTANT: A prescription is REQUIRED for the purchase of an assembled full-face CPAP mask; view non-prescription required full-face masks here.
Full-face masks for CPAP machines are ideal for mouth breathers, severe therapy users, and dry mouth sufferers.