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Full Face Masks

Shop full face CPAP masks from your favorite brands, like Fisher & Paykel, ResMed, Philips Respironics, and more! Our wide selection includes popular masks like the ResMed AirFit F30, Mirage Quattro, Dreamwear, Vitera, and others. With hundreds to choose from in all cushion sizes you’re sure to find a comfortable fit!

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  1. Roscoe Full Face CPAP Mask with Headgear
    Roscoe Full Face CPAP Mask with Headgear
    $79.99
  2. Medium Standard
    Medium Standard
    $142.00
  3. SleepWeaver Anew Mask - with Headgear
    SleepWeaver Anew Soft Cloth Full Face CPAP Mask
    $90.00
  4. Respironics Amara Full Face CPAP Mask Angle View
    Amara Full Face CPAP Mask by Respironics

    As low as $139.00

  5. FlexiFit™ 432 Full Face CPAP Mask and Headgear by Fisher & Paykel
    FlexiFit™ 432 Full Face CPAP Mask and Headgear by Fisher & Paykel

    As low as $163.00

  6. Simplus Full Face CPAP Mask Fitpack by Fisher & Paykel
    Simplus Full Face CPAP Mask Fitpack by Fisher & Paykel
    $135.00
  7. Forma Full Face CPAP Mask by Fisher & Paykel
    Forma Full Face CPAP Mask by Fisher & Paykel

    As low as $136.00

  8. FlexiFit 432 Full Face CPAP Mask without Headgear By Fisher & Paykel
    FlexiFit 432 Full Face CPAP Mask without Headgear By Fisher & Paykel
    $132.00

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Full face CPAP masks provide a secure seal around both your mouth and nose, giving you the flexibility to breathe through either. This makes them an ideal choice for mouth breathers, or people who experience frequent allergies or nasal congestion.

Full face masks diffuse your airflow over a wider area, so some CPAP users find them more comfortable than nasal masks or nasal pillows, especially those with high pressure settings.

The mask frames for full face masks typically have a larger profile than other mask types; however, some minimal contact masks seal under the nostrils, instead of over the bridge of the nose. This allows a wider field of vision, that you’ll love if you like to read or watch TV before bed.

Best Sleeping Position: Back sleepers
Best Breathing Style: Mouth breathers or nose breathers
Best Pressure Setting: Any!
Mask Cushion Materials: Silicone or Memory Foam

Who Should Use a Full Face CPAP Mask?

You should consider a full face mask if you:

  • Are a mouth breather
  • Experience frequent nasal congestion or allergies
  • Have a deviated septum or other difficulty breathing through your nose
  • Require high pressure settings

Consider a Different Mask Type If…

A full face CPAP mask may not be the right choice if you:

  • Have facial hair
  • Experience claustrophobia
  • Are a side sleeper
  • Are an active sleeper (toss-and-turn)
  • Wear glasses and like to read or watch TV before bed