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For CPAP patients experiencing facial irritation and discomfort from traditional full face and nasal masks, the Fisher & Paykel Oracle 452 Mask offers an alternative solution. This oral CPAP mask features a mouthpiece and cushion, minimizing facial contact and delivering air directly to the mouth. The single-piece headgear uses Fisher & Paykel quick release technology to help patients easily attach or detach their mask. This innovative design provides effective therapy without the bulk or irritation of some traditional CPAP masks. Unique, SoftSeal Technology The Oracle 452 Oral CPAP mask uses SoftSeal cushions with a mouthpiece to deliver CPAP therapy. Simply place the mouthpiece firmly between your teeth and turn your machine on. As air flows through the cushion, it will create a seal around your mouth for direct therapy. The unique design of the Oracle makes it an ideal choice for patients who breathe through their mouths during the night. Quiet Diffused Air The air dispersing technology of the Oracle 452 Oral Mask prevents pressurized air during exhalation from being too noisy. With gently redistributed air, you bring down the volume so you and bed partner can enjoy a peaceful night’s sleep.. Precision Adjustment for Comfort and Stability Using the dial adjustment, you can achieve precise customized comfort settings and a more stable seal. Simply turn the dial to refine your mask to fit you best. A Mask That is Easy to Remove The one strap design of the Fisher & Paykel Oracle 452 makes it simple to remove your mask in the middle of the night. No fussing with multiple straps or connections. Simply pull the quick-release cord to detach your headgear from your mask frame. When reattaching the headgear, your previous adjustments remain in place. Why patients choose the Fisher & Paykel Oracle 452 Oral CPAP Mask Users who find themselves breathing through their mouth during sleep CPAP patients who experience claustrophobia with full face masks CPAP users who exp