Sleep Mask Clinic
Sleep Mask Maintenance in Wilmington
Many people diagnosed with sleep apnea undergo BiPAP (bilevel positive
airway pressure) or CPAP (continuous positive area pressure) therapy as
part of their treatment. Also called “sleep masks” these devices
are attached to the face during the night and help people breathe while sleeping.
If your sleep mask is uncomfortable, leaking, or interfering with your
ability to sleep, the Saint Francis Healthcare team can help. We are often
able to help even when the original vendor is unable to. Contact our sleep
center and tell us about your issue.
For sleep mask assistance, call the Saint Francis Healthcare Sleep Center
at 302.421.4500 between 10 a.m. and Noon on Wednesdays.