Are you noticing that the cushion on your P10 just doesn’t feel quite right?
A common problem we see when patients come in with their P10 masks is that the inner silicon layer of their cushion has inverted (Picture 1).
This can cause excessive noise and discomfort throughout the night, it also has the ability to impact your overall therapy by blocking the air from coming through.
Thankfully, there is an easy solution for this. As part of the quick check you do on your mask each night ensure that the membranes are both intact. If not, simply push it back into place (Picture 2).
Once you have fixed the problem, you should be able to see two silicon circles within each nasal prong. This will allow the mask to perform as it should.
To see a video on how to fix this issue, click here.