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Whether you're new to CPAP therapy or have been receiving therapy for a while, we know finding the right mask can be difficult. Our new virtual MaskFit technology lets you scan your face to see exactly how any of our masks fit and provides customized recommendations to best suit your individual needs.


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NEW ResMed AirFit F40 Full Face Mask

The low-profile design is not just comfortable, but also keeps flexibility in mind. Wear glasses to read and watch TV in bed while using therapy! The short tube helps to reduce drag for flexibility in any sleeping position all night long.

Full Face CPAP Masks

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What is a CPAP Full Face Mask?

Traditionally full face CPAP masks are designed to cover the mouth and nose of the user. A properly fitted full face mask sits from the bridge of the nose to just below the lower lip. This is the largest style of CPAP masks and ideal for those who breathe through their mouth as it prevents air from leaking through your mouth. Because full face masks deliver air to both the nose and mouth, they help prevent dryness and are, therefore, often considered more comfortable. Full face CPAP masks are also ideal for those who suffer from allergies, use high-pressure settings, or sleep on their back.

Full face masks have come a long way in the last few years, redesigned for comfort, with an expanded field of vision, all while maintaining a proper seal for effective therapy. These changes were made in an effort to promote improvements in CPAP compliance.

CPAP users who benefit from wearing a full face mask include:

  • Back or side sleepers
  • Mouth breathers
  • CPAP users on high-pressure setting machines
  • CPAP users who suffer from nasal congestion or allergies
  • CPAP users with facial hair

Finding the right mask is perhaps the most difficult part of CPAP therapy, which is why we offer a 30-day guarantee on all masks. If you are not satisfied with your mask, simply return it within the first month for a full refund and try a different mask. We’re committed to getting you into the equipment that best fits your needs.

Frequently Asked Questions About Full Face CPAP Masks

How Tightly Should a Full Face CPAP Mask Fit?

The full-face CPAP mask should be fitted comfortably in your face and should not be over-tight. A familiar problem that is faced by most users is that they wear the mask tightly to get a proper and secure seal. But when the mask is too tight the silicon cushion which provides the secure seal folds, allowing air to escape.

How To Stop My Full Face Mask From Leaking

If you want your mask to stop leaking air, follow these points:

  • Read the instructions prior to wearing the mask, ensuring proper fit.
  • Check the mask parts for wear regularly.
  • The cushion should be regularly cleaned.
  • The headgear should feel comfortable, not overly tight.
  • Try using a mask liner or cloth CPAP cushion cover.
  • Obtain a mask fitting guide from your equipment provider.

Does The CPAP Shop Provide Customer Service and Assistance for Full Face CPAP Mask Products After Purchase?

After purchasing a product from our online store or our brick-and-mortar store, The CPAP Shop will continue to give constant customer service concerning your purchase. We also offer free fast shipping on all orders over $99 with other additional rewards and benefits. For more questions, contact us at 1-866-414-9700.

How Often Should I Change The Full Face CPAP Mask?

The cushions of the full face mask provide a secure seal on the user’s nose and mouth. To maintain the seal, the mask cushion should be replaced monthly. The frame of the CPAP mask connects the cushion to the mask and the headgear. It should be replaced once every three months.

Does Your Full Face CPAP Mask Online Store Have a Brick-and-mortar Store?

The CPAP Shop has a brick-and-mortar store which is located at 159 Cooper Rd in West Berlin, New Jersey. The CPAP Shop store is an authorized dealer for all full-face CPAP masks and other inventory and other CPAP and BiPAP products.