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Oral CPAP masks

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Our oral CPAP masks cover the mouth.

Oral CPAP* masks are made for those who breathe better through their mouth than their nose, which is why they do not cover the nose.


Oracle is a good CPAP mask solution for mouth breathers and patients experiencing chronic nasal obstruction. This oral mask is clinically proven to function as effectively as a nasal mask.1 Featuring single-strap headgear, the Oracle provides users with a clear line of sight and freedom of movement.


Designed and renowned for comfort, seal and ease of use.

Preferred by mouth breathers

Some people may breathe through their mouths throughout the night as they sleep, particularly those with respiratory problems such as asthma.  

If you are a mouth breather, you may prefer to use a CPAP oral mask.

In addition to being suitable for mouth-breathers, oral masks may also work for people with nasal obstruction or chronic nasal congestion.  

Why choose a oral mask from F&P?

Our purpose is to improve care and outcomes through inspired world-leading healthcare solutions.  We are committed to our users, ultimately our engineering is inspired by you, for you.

Comfort. Facial comfort is achieved through unique cushioning technologies that contour the face. Together with innovative headgear designs, greater comfort is today being achieved by lighter masks, softer cushions and small-frame profiles.

Seal. Each mask in every mask category has an optimal cushion designed to minimize leakage and maximize therapy adherence.

Ease of use. Simplifying sleep life, our masks are created to be easy in every respect: Setting up, cleaning, readjusting and therapy delivery.

Where to buy

Find your nearest authorized Fisher & Paykel Healthcare
CPAP equipment provider
Gain insight into the different mask types, and find out which mask will work best for you.


Full face


Nasal pillows
Full face CPAP masks cover the mouth and nose.

Generally, nasal CPAP masks either cover the nose or sit under the nose like a cradle to rest on the area above the upper lip.
Nasal pillows CPAP masks have two prongs that fit directly into the nostrils.

Prescription only. Always read the label. Follow the instructions for use. Your healthcare provider will advise you whether this product is suitable for you/your condition. If symptoms persist, talk to your healthcare provider.

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