Welcome to Mark's mask finder!

Mark will ask you a few questions that will help guide you through your CPAP mask options. Click the question below to find assistance!

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CPAP users who are claustrophobic tend to do better with a nasal or pillows mask. Click here to see nasal and pillows face mask options.

CPAP users who breathe through their mouth tend to do better with a full face mask (allows you to breathe through both your mouth and nose). Click here to see full face mask options.

If having the least amount of stuff on your head is a priority for you, you may want to try a nasal pillows mask. Click here to view pillows masks.

Most masks have the tubing connector in the from of the mask. Some new designs have the tubing connector on the top of the head. This allows you to position the tubing over the top of your pillow so the tubing is not in the way! Click here for some popular examples....

If you are using a nasal or pillows mask you may open your mouth while asleep. When this happens the therapy pressure escapes through your mouth and the PAP will not control your apnea. If you feel that a full face mask is not for you, we can try a chin strap.
Occasionally we need to use chin straps with full face masks to support the jaw and assit in keeping a mask seal during PAP therapy.
Click here to view chin strap options.....

Is having the least amount of stuff on your head important to you?


If having the least amount of stuff on your head is a priority for you, you may want to try a nasal pillows mask.

Are you claustrophobic?


CPAP users who are claustrophobic tend to do better with a nasal or pillows mask. 

Do you tend to breathe through your mouth?

CPAP users who breathe through their mouth tend to do better with a full face mask (allows you to breathe through both your mouth and nose). Click here to see full face mask options.

Is having the CPAP tubing up and behind your head important to you?

Most masks have the tubing connector in the from of the mask. Some new designs have the tubing connector on the top of the head. This allows you to position the tubing over the top of your pillow so the tubing is not in the way!

Why would I need a chin strap?

If you are using a nasal or pillows mask you may open your mouth while asleep. When this happens the therapy pressure escapes through your mouth and the PAP will not control your apnea. If you feel that a full face mask is not for you, we can try a chin strap.
Occasionally we need to use chin straps with full face masks to support the jaw and assit in keeping a mask seal during PAP therapy.