Type: nasal pillow mask
Manufacturer Description: The most revolutionary CPAP mask in years, the Philips DreamWear, takes it to another level. The DreamWear’s ingenious design directs airflow through a soft, pliable frame. Sleeping in any position you desire – on your stomach, side, or back is made even more comfortable since the tubing swivel connection is located at the top of the head.
- Give your patients the headgear with all-night staying power: Introducing the new Philips Respironics DreamWear headgear with arms, with its slip-resistant design users reported a new level of stability, comfort, fit, seal and performance compared to our DreamWear CPAP masks*.
- 20,000,000+ DreamWear masks and cushions sold. Philips Respironics recently sold our 20 millionth mask and interchangeable cushion. Don’t accept imitations. Choose genuine DreamWear masks and cushions.
Exceptional fit and comfort
Users stated that DreamWear was more comfortable, appealing and had a better fit than their prescribed mask.¹⁻³ DreamWear’s soft, flexible silicone frame and fabric wraps provide a soft touch on the patient’s cheek.
Like wearing nothing at all
DreamWear’s unique design offers one mask with three cushion options to give patients the ability to choose the interface that works best for them. Its remarkable design directs airflow through the frame so patients can sleep comfortably. The minimal contact, under-the-nose cushion prevents red marks, discomfort or irritation in the nostrils or on the nose bridge.
Freedom of movement
DreamWear users experienced more freedom of movement throughout the night than with their current prescribed mask.¹⁻³ Unrestricted by cumbersome tubing, patients can sleep in any position they desire – on their stomach, side, or back.
Simply switch cushions without changing masks
Finding the right mask, cushion and headgear can be a difficult and time-consuming exercise of trial and error. The DreamWear mask is designed to quickly and easily switch cushions types. Without changing masks. DreamWear may reduce the number of masks a user needs to try to get set up.