You can also call the appointment center to schedule, change or cancel an appointment or ask questions.
Your Continuous Positive Airway Pressure device is one of the most effective treatments for obstructive sleep apnea, but only if you use it. Research shows that the first month of using your CPAP is the most important - and it's the time you're most likely to become overwhelmed or frustrated and stop using your device.
The experts at Beaumont can help. With the CPAP Clinic at Beaumont's Sleep Evaluation Services in Macomb, registered sleep technologists will provide you with:
Note: Our technicians cannot change prescribed medication settings.
Our sleep experts can help you achieve the best fit for any type of mask:
Full-face mask - Generally the largest mask, the full face mask surrounds the nose and the mouth, giving you the freedom to breath through your nose, your mouth, or both.
Nasal mask - Considered the "middle-of-the-road" mask, the nasal mask surrounds only the perimeter of the nose. It seals well when you lie on your back or sides, and it can be used with a chin strap to keep oral leaking to a minimum.
Nasal pillow cushion mask - The smallest mask, the nasal pillow cushion mask seals against the inside edge of the nostrils, giving you the most freedom of motion and sleep positions. It's the ideal mask for patients who have facial hair, since it seals against the nostrils not the face. This mask can also be used with a chin strap to keep oral leaks to a minimum.
Quick tips for comfort
For full-face masks only: The mask should be placed under your lower lip and rolled up over your nose for proper placement and fitting. If your nasal passages feel pinched or your jaw falls out from under the mask, the mask may be too small.
Our registered sleep technologists help you get a great night’s sleep. Call 586-416-5940 today for an appointment.
Sleep Evaluation Services15959 Hall Road, Suite LL100Macomb Twp., MI 48044
What to bring to your appointment: