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Philips Respironics DreamWear CPAP Masks

The DreamWear line from Phillips Respironics is an innovative collection of CPAP masks known for their top-of-head hose connections and open lines of sight. DreamWear masks are available as full face, nasal, or nasal pillow masks, which means there’s an option that’s perfect for you no matter what style you prefer. Here are some of the best reasons to upgrade to a Respironics DreamWear mask today:

  • Tired of Tangled Tubes? The top-of-head hose connection provides exceptional freedom for active sleepers with its 360-degree rotating swivel.
  • No More Sore Noses: For full face mask wearers, the DreamWear full face mask uses a nasal cradle design instead of encompassing the nose, leaving the bridge of your nose free of sore spots in the morning. 
  • Enjoy Fresh-Faced Mornings: Thanks to the DreamWear line’s innovative and soft, pliable design, these masks won’t leave red marks on your face in the morning, helping you start your day more confidently.
  • Kick Claustrophobia to the Curb: All DreamWear masks feature an open line-of-sight, leaving you to enjoy some nighttime reading or TV-watching before you wind down for the night.
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DreamWear Nasal CPAP Mask with Headgear

DreamWear Nasal CPAP Mask with Headgear

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    DreamWear Gel Nasal Pillow CPAP Mask with Headgear

    DreamWear Gel Nasal Pillow CPAP Mask with Headgear

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      Shop DreamWear CPAP Masks by Type

      The DreamWear line is available as a full face, nasal, or nasal pillow mask, and the frame is interchangeable between all three. If you’re interested in trying a different mask style, you’d just need to buy the right cushion if changing from the nasal to the nasal pillow mask or vice versa. If going from a nasal or nasal pillow mask to a full face mask or vice versa, you’d also need the appropriate DreamWear headgear, but the frame itself is identical across all three designs. There’s also the more unique DreamWisp, though it’s not interchangeable with the other DreamWear mask frames. Here’s a brief overview of what you can expect from each DreamWear mask:

      • DreamWear Full Face: Where traditional full face masks rest on the nasal bridge and totally encompass the nose and mouth, the DreamWear Full Face mask uses a nasal cradle design that hugs the nose instead of smothering it, allowing you to wake up without sore spots on your nose. With the top-of-head hose connection, you can enjoy a new level of freedom as the swivel rotates to accommodate your tube in any position, as well as an open line of sight for reading or watching tv before bed. 
      • DreamWear Nasal: The DreamWear Nasal mask is a less-claustrophobic take on nasal masks that cradles the nose instead of covering it to provide an open sightline and unparalleled freedom of movement thanks to the 360-degree rotating tube swivel. 
      • DreamWear Gel Nasal Pillows: The DreamWear Gel Nasal Pillow mask offers the same open sightline and top-of-head hose connection as the other DreamWear masks, but with the unmatched comfort of gel nasal pillows. The pillows are soft and pliable while making minimal contact with the face, which is why we especially recommend this mask for active sleepers. 
      • Respironics DreamWisp: If you like the DreamWear design but prefer a more traditional nasal mask that actually envelops the nose instead of cradling it, then the DreamWisp is for you. Great for petite faces too, the DreamWisp is a unique hybrid of the DreamWear line and Wisp nasal mask, which is known for its minimalistic facial footprint and supportive headgear.

      Frequently Asked Questions:

      • Are DreamWear Masks Quiet?

        DreamWear masks are not the quietest masks around, but they aren’t known to be particularly louder than other masks on the market either. Each mask features vented exhalation ports on the mask elbow to reduce noise.

      • How Long Do DreamWear Masks Last?

        DreamWear masks last about as long as any other CPAP mask, assuming you regularly clean and maintain the cushion, frame, and headgear. Your cushion or nasal pillows should be changed every three to six months on average while the headgear should be swapped out roughly every six to nine months, and the frame itself every nine to twelve months.

      • Are DreamWear Masks Compatible With Any Machine?

        Thanks to the standard-sized hose elbow, your DreamWear mask is compatible with any CPAP tubing, which means that you can use it with any machine that uses a standard-sized hose. For AirMini owners, the Zephair Universal Adapter will allow you to run a standard hose, enabling you to wear a DreamWear mask.

      • What Accessories Are Available for DreamWear Masks?

        In terms of comfort accessories, Pad A Cheek strap covers are available for DreamWear masks for those who don’t like the feeling of the silicone frame on their face.