Full Face Masks: Covering the nose and mouth, they are more recommended for “Mouth Breathers“ and those with high CPAP pressure requirements. Unfortunately, they are quite bulky and the size and weight can make wearing the mask an uncomfortable experience. Air leaks are a common complaint, especially when lying on your side or turning over during sleep. Sizes include small, medium and large.
Customer size selection (based on previous sales history)
21% = Small
53% = Medium
26% = Large
What size mask do I need?
Every CPAP user is unique, not only because of the size and shape of facial features, but also for the degree of tolerance to CPAP therapy and comfort levels.
Finding the correct size of mask can be difficult, especially as the masks are sealed for hygiene purposes and can not be returned once opened.
There is often a number of different sizes for each mask type, and so it can be difficult to know which one is best for you.
Full Face Mask Sizing
The BMC Full Face Masks come in small, medium and large sizes.
To help determine the size you need, simply measure the distance from the bridge of your nose to halfway between your bottom lip and chin (with mouth closed) as shown in the picture below.
- Small Size = 10cm
- Medium Size = 12cm
- Large Size = 13cm