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This describes the type of mask cushion for the mask. These values are either cloth, foam, gel, or silicone. The foam and gel are usually both silicone based materials. The masks that are marked as "silicone" are without gel or foam.
Indicates which masks come packaged with more than one cushion, pillow or prong. Masks can come packaged with ALL Sizes or a combination of sizes as a Fit Pack. This is ideal for users who have not tried the mask before and do not know the right size to select.
This property identifies masks that are ideal for small facial features. Any mask with a size petite or extra small will be marked 'Yes'. Nasal Pillow masks are ideal because they accommodate the size of the 'nare' or nasal openings, not the face.
The value will be marked 'Yes' for CPAP masks with interfaces that are unique to CPAP users with wide facial features. Masks with 'Wide' cushion sizes would fall under this category. Nasal pillow and prong masks are ideal for wide faces because the seal occurs around the nare, not the face.
Do you move around a lot when you sleep? These masks are ideal for users who either sleep on their side or stomach or restless sleepers who toss and turn. There are a few specialized cushions that address this issue as well as most Nasal Pillow and Prong CPAP masks.
These masks are designed to prevent mouth leaks. If you are opening your mouth during the night, airflow escapes and reduces therapy effectiveness. Users who are experiencing a dry mouth, sore throat, or sinus congestion may require a mask that seals around the mouth.
These masks have the least amount of material around the face, fewer headgear points, and offers more freedom when you sleep. Most Nasal Pillow and Nasal Prong masks are ideal for claustrophobic users.
These CPAP masks have interfaces that accommodate a wide variety of facial hair styles. Gel cushions and foam inserts provide support and comfort for users who may need to over-tighten headgear straps to help seal around facial hair. Silicone gel also helps create a fluid seal over the hair.
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All Size Breeze Dreamseal Cushions Compatible with Dreamseal Frame: All sizes of the Dreamseal cushion are interchangeable with the Breeze Dreamseal frame.
Where do I find the size? The Breeze Dreamseal frame comes in one size and is not labeled. The Cushion is labeled with the size and part number. When examining the front of the mask, the cushion size is located on either side of the cushion.
Compatibility with Hard Cuffed Hoses: The swivel adapter on the Breeze hose which connects to the CPAP hose has been found to sometimes be incompatible with hard cuffed hoses. The Breeze adapter slips out of the hose cuff. Use of the FlexiTube Angle Adapter will make this connection snug and allow use of the Breeze with the hard cuffed hose. If you are purchasing, or already use a hard cuffed hose, please add this item to your purchase in order to use this mask.
"Finally my perfect mask. I have a very small head and have tried numerous masks. I have been using the Flexifit 406 for petites for the past year. I have to adjust it all night and have strap marks in the morning. Once I figured out all of the adjustments this one is great. No strap marks and I sleep through the night. I used the sizing guide and couldn't believe they told me to get a large but it was perfect. I should have done that along time ago. Thanks."
Voted most helpful critical review
A Wasted effort
J Kenneth G, MA – April 21, 2009
"This mask does not come even close to working for me. I could not get any seal regardless of how I adjusted it. I found it a wasted of time and money even to try it. I wonder what the designers were thinking when they cam up with this mask."
"I've used this mask for about 7 years now. Like that it doesn't touch my face except around my nose."
Breeze CPAP Mask
James S, GA – July 31, 2014
"I have used the Breeze mask and headgear for several years, and have been pleased with how well it works to hold the mask in place without needing face straps. The mask itself is soft but provides a good seal."
Too many leaks
Gayle B, AL – July 22, 2014
"I ordered this with the cushion thinking it would not leak but was wrong. Leaks especially at top of nose toward eyes."
We work very hard to provide many different ways for our customers to compare products. Here are the machine product guides we have created and maintain:
CPAP Machine Comparison Guide. This guide stacks up every CPAP machine we sell, feature by feature. If you don't know the meaning of a feature, click the question mark for a definition. The links below will take you to the most popular CPAPs, or all CPAP machines we sell.
Auto Adjusting Machine (APAP) Comparison Guide. This guide stacks up every APAP machine we sell, feature by feature. If you don't know the meaning of a feature, click the question mark for a definition. The links below will take you to the most popular APAPs, or all APAP machines we sell.
BiPAP, VPAP and BiLevel Comparison Guide. This guide stacks up every BiPAP machine we sell, feature by feature. If you don't know the meaning of a feature, click the question mark for a definition. The links below will take you to the most popular BiPAPs, or all BiPAP machines we sell.
Do you have a guide to help me choose the right mask?
Yes, we created a Help Me Choose guide to help you select the right mask or machine according to your preferences. The guide asks you a series of questions regarding your preferences and your facial features. Based on your answers we provide you with a comparison chart of the masks that meet your criteria. Get started here:
What are the CPAP, BiPAP and Sleep Apnea related CPT or billing codes?
A7034 is Nasal Mask
A7034 is Nasal Pillow Mask
A7030 is Full Face Mask
A7027 is Hybrid Mask
A7044 is Oral Interface Mask (Oracle)
A7035 is Headgear for Mask - Any Style
A7036 is Chinstrap - Any Style
A7032 is Replacement Nasal Mask Cushion
A7033 is Replacement Nasal pillows
A7031 is Replacement Full Face Mask Cushion
A7028 is Replacement Hybrid Mask Cushion
A7029 is Replacement Hybrid Mask Nasal Pillow
A7046 is Replacement Humidifier Chamber
A7037 is Tubing / Hose - Long & Short Tubes
A4604 is Heated Tubing
A7038 is Disposable Filter (White / Paper)
A7039 is Washable Filter (Gross Particle / Foam/ Black)
E0601 NU is CPAP Purchase
E0601 NU is APAP Purchase
E0470 NU is BiPAP Purchase
E0470 NU is BiPAP Auto Purchase
E0471 NU is BiPAP ST Purchase
E0471 NU is BiPAP Auto SV Purchase
E0562 NU is Heated CPAP Humidifier
E0561 NU is Passover or Cool CPAP Humidifier
E0601 RR is CPAP Rental
E0601 NU is APAP Rental
E0470 RR is BiPAP Rental
E0470 RR is BiPAP Auto Rental
E0471 RR is BiPAP ST Rental
E0471 RR is BiPAP Auto SV Rental
E1399 is Miscellaneous and is used for other CPAP items.
How often should I replace my mask?
Medicare allows for mask cushion replacement every three (3) months, and a complete mask system replacement every six (6) months. CPAP manufacturers and vendors suggest these replacement schedules as well.
In our experience, most mask cushions begin to deteriorate after about six months of use. The cushion eventually becomes too soft to hold a seal. The headgear straps lose elasticity and must be tightened more and more to get the same quality seal.
We strongly suggest replacing cushions and pillows as soon as they start to soften. Air leaks may reduce the effectiveness of CPAP therapy and headgear that is too tight may cause facial sores at pressure points. In most cases, replacement headgear is available if it is stretched out or the Velcro worn out.
To see what parts of your mask are replaceable refer to our Replacement Part Finder. Just search for your mask to see all of the replaceable parts.
How do I care for my mask?
Masks should be washed daily with warm water using a very gentle soap or baby shampoo, and left to air dry. Never use antibacterial soap as it will break down the silicone of the mask cushion. Avoid soaps that include lotion which can coat the mask and cause it to lose its seal. A safe cleaner is the Control III Disinfectant CPAP Cleaning Solution. Remember, going to bed with a clean face will improve your seal and protect the lifespan of your mask.
The best time to clean your mask is in the morning after use. This removes the oils left behind from your skin which can reduce the lifespan of your mask. We recommend using mask wipes to make daily morning cleaning easy. The mask wipes are made from materials that will not break down your mask.
What does a mask prescription need to say?
A mask prescription must contain all of the following information:
One of the following words or phrases: "CPAP Mask", "CPAP Supplies", "CPAP Humidifier", "CPAP", "Continuous Positive Airway Pressure", "APAP", "AutoPAP", "AutoSet", "Auto CPAP", "Auto Adjusting CPAP", "Self Adjusting CPAP", "BiPAP", "BiLevel", "VPAP", "BiPAP Auto", "BiPAP ST", "Synchrony ST", "VPAP ST"
Your physician's contact information
Your physician's signature
The patient's full name
Why might I prefer a nasal mask?
The ideal CPAP mask is the one you can't tell is on. Start with minimal masks. If you are strictly a nose breather, the nasal mask is a good choice. The nasal cushion creates a very good seal around your nose and has a small profile. Nasal masks are also offered in gel, which many find comfortable. The SleepWeaver Advance is the only cloth mask on the market and is a very popular choice among nasal mask users.
Most nasal masks have a forehead support which offers stability and support for the mask.