CPAP Mask comprises of 3 main components i.e. mask frame, cushion and headgear. Mask is being used with non-invasive ventilators e.g. CPAP or BiPAP machines.

Patient will wear a mask during using the CPAP/BiPAP machine as a mean to deliver the air pressure through nose or mouth (depending on each mask type) to the patient's upper airways.

CPAP Mask can be categorized into 3 types

Wisp Magnetic Headgear Clips
DreamWisp Nasal Mask

Nasal Mask (covers only nose)

This is the most popular type as it is easy to use and has minimal air leakage. Most suitable for the first time CPAP/BiPAP user.

Philips DreamWear Gel Pillow Mask
Philips DreamWear Gel Pillow Mask

Nasal Pillow Mask (slip directly into the nostrils)

This is the most comfortable type. However the drawback is it tends to create the air leakage easily. Suitable for the experienced user.

Amara Gel Full Face Mask
Amara Gel Full Face Mask

Full Face Mask (covers nose and mouth)

This is the most uncomfortable type. Suitable for the patient who most likely to open their mouths during sleep. Some patients reported they experienced the dry throat or there is air going to the stomuch and make a flatulence.