4533 West Sahara unit 4, Las Vegas, NV 89102

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions at CPAP store Las Vegas

Do I need a prescription to purchase a CPAP mask, machine, or humidifier?

Yes, federal law requires all patients to obtain a prescription from their physicians before they can buy CPAP equipment of any kind.

What information should my prescription include?

A properly filled out prescription must have all of the following information on it:

  • The physician’s ID number, name, address, phone number, and signature
  • The specifications for the equipment that is required by the patient, include exact pressure settings
  • An additional order specifying necessary supplies, including mask, humidifier, and accessories

What if I want a CPAP mask or machine that is not listed in your catalog?

Please let us know if you are interested in an item that is not currently listed in our CPAP catalog. It is possible that we will be able to order it for you.

Will my CPAP machine come with any type of warranty?

Yes. Most of the manufacturers that we carry provide a two-year warranty.

Is my choice of a mask limited because of my selection of a specific machine?

No. Most of the equipment is standardized so that it can be used interchangeably.

What mask styles do you carry?

Here at CPAP Las Vegas, we carry every style available today, including nasal, oral, full face, nasal interface, and alternative nasal masks.

What is the importance of using a CPAP humidifier with my machine?

The humidifier helps to moisturize the air that you breathe, making your experience more comfortable.

Must I use special cleaning solutions to clean my CPAP equipment?

No. Although it is important to clean your mask, machine, humidifier, and tubing frequently, it isn’t necessary to purchase specialized cleaners. You can use a solution made from mild soap and distilled water to clean each item. If you prefer, you can use one of the specialized cleaning solutions to keep your equipment bacteria free. Easy-to-use wipes are also available for daily cleaning of your mask.

How often should I clean my CPAP equipment?

Your CPAP mask should be cleansed every single day. However, the rest of your equipment only requires weekly cleaning.

What can I so if I don’t like using my CPAP machine?

It’s important to your health to continue using your CPAP equipment once it has been prescribed for you. Many patients take as long as two weeks before they can relax while using their machines. If the mask is uncomfortable, you might want to try a different one.