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Wearing your mask shouldn’t be painful. Lines and sores are often the result of an over-tightened or ill-fitting mask and should be addressed immediately. Sleepnet’s masks are designed to prevent these painful marks because our patented AIR°gel™ cushions rest gently to protect the skin. See our fitting tips and our cleaning video for more information on fitting and caring for your mask.
A leaking mask is often the sign of a poorly fitted mask or over-tightened headgear. Minimizing leaks with a Sleepnet AIR°gel™ is easy: click here to view fitting tips for your mask.
Yes, Sleepnet AIR°gel™ masks are designed to allow you to comfortably rest in your natural sleep position.
Yes, all Sleepnet masks are suitable for individuals with dentures.
Absolutely. Sleepnet’s AIR°gel™ Masks are designed to allow for a comfortable and secure seal, even for those with facial hair.
The Mojo is available in three sizes (Small, Medium, and Large); Use the Mojo Sizing Guide to help determine your size.
The MiniMe Headgear Sizing Guide is also available for download with details on the three available sizes (Small, Medium, and Large).
Mojo Full Face Ventilation Mask, the iQ Blue Nasal Mask, the iQ Blue Ventilation Mask, the MiniMe Nasal Pediatric Ventilation Mask, and the MiniMe Nasal Pediatric Mask are all approved for multi-patient, multi-use in the hospital/institutional environment. For detailed disinfection information, please refer to the Product Guides.
For multi-patient use, please refer to the manufacturer’s suggested disinfection protocol.
We recommended you clean your mask daily by washing the mask and components in warm water with a mild soap and allowing it to air dry. (See our cleaning video for detailed information on how to clean your Sleepnet mask). Washing away excess facial oils before putting it on will help to extend the life of your mask and maintain a good seal.
Most insurance companies cover a replacement mask every 3 months. Contact your home medical equipment company for more information.
Yes. Sleepnet masks are not made with natural rubber latex.
For more information on how to become a commercial partner, please complete the brief Partnership Interest Form and a Sleepnet representative will contact you.
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CPAP and BiPAP users may contact their homecare company for more information on ordering a Sleepnet mask. If you need help finding a company to take care of you, contact us at 1-800-742-3646 between 8AM and 5PM EST, or by emailing email@example.com anytime. Please visit our How to Buy page for detailed information or Contact Us
Yes, all Sleepnet masks conform to all relevant regulatory guidelines.
Every quality Sleepnet mask is proudly manufactured in Hampton, NH, USA
Exclusive to Sleepnet masks, our patented AIR°gel™ rests gently on the skin for a secure fit and unmatched comfort. Additionally, our masks with Custom Fit Technology™ offer unique moldable shells that can be gently shaped for a personalized fit.
All Sleepnet masks are made with our patented AIR°gel™ technology. Our Airgel cushions are designed to rest gently on your skin to reduce skin irritation, pressure points and marks on your skin that may be caused by masks without AIR°gel™.
Yes. Our vented sleep masks are designed to fit all standard 22 mm PAP device connections. Our non-vented hospital masks are designed to fit all standard 22 mm ventilator connections. Sleepnet masks are compatible with the standard 22mm hose connection.
- Sleepnet offers a 90-day warranty against manufacturing defects on all non-disposable masks, as well as a 60-day Comfort Guarantee so you can purchase with confidence. Read more about Our Guarantees.
Yes – most insurance plans will cover some or all of the cost of your CPAP or BiPAP equipment. The HCPC billing codes and Medicare’s reimbursement schedule can be found on our Insurance page. Please refer to your individual insurance provider for specific questions regarding reimbursement prior to purchasing a mask.
Yes. Sleepnet is proud to offer the MiniMe, available in both vented and non-vented versions. Specially designed to fit a child’s face, it provides a gentle introduction to therapy and is FDA cleared for use with children ages 2-12.
Choosing a positive airway pressure mask is a very individual decision and is influenced by many factors including facial features, comfort, congestion, and more. Browse our Products and talk to your doctor or homecare professional about which Sleepnet mask is right for you.
Absolutely! Your Sleepnet mask can go wherever you go. However, it’s always a good idea to research electrical outlets, power supplies, batteries, adapters, and airline rules for your positive airway pressure device ahead of time.