Top 10 Best Selling CPAP Masks for 2014

It’s been 2 years since we last educated you on the best CPAP masks on the market so it’s time for an update! Conditions like Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) and congestive heart failure are on the rise and CPAP mask manufacturers consistently compete for this growing market by creating better masks for a more comfortable night’s sleep.  As a result, new masks are coming out on the market all the time.  For maximum therapeutic benefit, it is recommended you replace your CPAP mask every six months – which is also the intended useful life of a mask by the manufacturer. As a leading provider of home medical equipment and oxygen, we’d like to offer you a comprehensive list of the top selling CPAP masks to guide you in your selection of which mask works best for you. Whether you prefer a full face mask or a nasal mask, this list has you covered.

 The top 10 best selling CPAP masks at Liberty Oxygen and Medical Equipment in the Minneapolis / St. Paul area for 2014 are:

#1 Wisp nasal mask by Respironics – This is by far our best selling mask as a whole.
wisp mask
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#2 Quattro Full Face Mask by Resmed
Minneapolis CPAP Mask Mirage Quattro

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#3 Swift FX Nasal Pillows by Resmed
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#4 Mirage FX Nasal Mask by Resmed
mirage cpap mask
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#5 Quattro Air Full Face Mask by Resmed
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 #6 Nuance Pro nasal pillow by Respironics

nuance mask
The gel built into the nose pillows and on the straps that touch the face make this unique from  other pillow masks. More Details


#7 Amara Full Face Mask by Respironics
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#8 Amara Gel Full Face Mask by Respironics
amara gel cpap mask
The same style and structure as the Amara (above) but with the added bonus of gel built in. More Details


#9 Opus 360 Nasal Pillows by Fisher & Paykel
opus 360 nasal mask
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#10 Comfort Gel Blue Nasal Mask by Respironics
comfort blue cpap mask
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Our PAP patients have a consistently high sleep therapy success rate because we work with every patient to ensure they are properly fitted and educated on their equipment. Stop into any one of our eight locations to get assistance from our oxygen experts!

Posted on: September 22nd, 2014 by Francis Sheehy in CPAP, Medical Equipment | 2 Comments
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  1. During sleep, avoid lying on your back. Ask your bed partner if you still snore if you sleep on your side. If you sleep alone you can use a night vision camera or an audio recorder to record your sleep. Also note whether you feel better in the morning after having slept on your side.

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  2. number 5 is definitely my favorite and i recommend it.

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