CPAP Mask Parts
Swift FX Headgear and Bella Loops Combo Pack
Combo pack includes traditional over the head and behind the head strap, and the newer headgear style that loops behind the ears.
You can find a wide array of CPAP mask parts for all major CPAP manufacturers including ResMed, Philips, Fisher & Paykel, and more. These CPAP mask parts are important for effective CPAP therapy comfort. You can contact AdaptHealth Marketplace for assistance while choosing the right CPAP mask and accessories.
- Philips Respironics Wisp Nasal Mask LinerAs low as $15.99
- Silent Night CPAP Mask LinersAs low as $24.95
- RemZzzs Full Face CPAP Mask Liners (30-day Supply)As low as $29.95
- Humidx F20 For Airmini Travel CPAP MachineAs low as $44.00
- Snugz Mask Liners
As low as $27.00 Regular Price $30.00
- Hush Sleep StripsSpecial Price $17.99 Regular Price $25.96
- ResMed Mirage Activa Replacement Cushion and ClipDiscontinued
CPAP Mask Parts And Accessories
CPAP Mask parts need regular cleaning and replacement. Parts of the mask that touch the face accumulate dirt, oils, and dead skin. Cleaning your mask parts reduces the need for replacement by 24%. Moreover, patients who replace their mask parts regularly are found to continue their CPAP therapy for a longer period of time. You can find a wide range of masks and parts at AdaptHealth Marketplace from the best brands in the market.
Frequently Asked Questions About CPAP Mask Parts
What Are The Major Parts Of A CPAP Mask?
CPAP mask parts include the following:
- CPAP Headgear
- CPAP Mask frames
- CPAP Mask Cushions
- Port caps
- Mask Valves
- Mask Clips
- Mask Pillows
- Mask Elbow fitting Adapters, and more
Do I Need a Prescription To Buy Mask Parts?
As CPAP mask parts are not medical equipment this means that you can buy them without prescriptions. On the other hand, you need to get a CPAP prescription when buying any CPAP machine or CPAP mask.
Why Does Your CPAP Mask Keep Leaking?
There should be a secure seal between your mask and your face. Generally, these seal leaks are caused by oily skin or if the mask slips during sleep movement to break the seal. Leakage can also be caused by masks that do not fit properly. If you have a leaky mask, it can also mean that it is time to replace it because the parts in contact with the head or face have worn out.