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If you or someone you love is in need of a CPAP mask, there are local home medical equipment providers specializing in PAP therapy available to meet the unique needs of your situation.

At HMEprovider, we believe the best service you can receive should be close to home and we want to help you find the perfect provider for your needs. To connect to a qualified provider today, complete the form or contact HMEprovider.com at 800-951-1213.

Choosing a CPAP mask that has the perfect fit and function for your situation can be confusing. CPAP therapy masks are worn on the face to provide a gentle stream of air through your nose or mouth. Masks should be comfortable and fit securely. There are several different categories of CPAP masks and a trained professional will help you find the mask that’s right for you.

  • Nasal Mask Nasal Mask: Mask seals over the nose and is shaped like a triangle. The mask attaches with 4-point headgear. This mask is best suited for patients that breathe through their nose, sleep their side and want a lightweight mask.
  • Nasal Pillow Nasal Pillow: Mask seals around the base of the nostrils, is shaped like two small, soft pillows and attaches with headgear. The mask makes minimal contact with the face. This mask is best suited for patients that breathe through their nose, sleep on their side, and have a difficult time getting a good seal.
  • Full Face Full Face: Mask seals around the nose and mouth and is shaped like a triangle. The mask attaches with headgear and is ideal for people who sleep with their mouths open.

Did you know your local HME provider can also provide...

  • Professional mask fitting to ensure you are provided with the mask that best fits your needs.
  • Service of your CPAP machine and replacement masks for as long as you own your machine.
  • Additional accessories like humidifiers, portable battery packs, and CPAP pillows.

Scheduled mask replacement is important in maintaining a bacteria and mold free system. Your HME dealer can recommend a cleaning and replacement program that fits your needs and can work with your insurance company. Medicare and many insurance companies will cover a replacement mask every 3- 6 months.

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