Philips Rolls Out DreamWear Silicone Pillows

Philips took a data-backed design approach to the silicone pillows by designing them using 3D fascial scan data.

Philips has launched its DreamWear Silicone Pillows, designed using data from thousands of 3D facial scans, further expanding its DreamWear system of masks.

The all-silicone pillow cushions are the latest edition in the DreamWear platform, which is designed to increase therapy compliance by simplifying setup and offering  multiple cushion options on one mask frame.  That modularity allows for easy and efficient exchange of cushions during titrations with minimal disruptions during the setup process.

That combination of design based on 3D facial scan technology and all-silicone design helps reduce pressure points inside the nostril, which increases comfort and an effective fit and seal.

The DreamWear Silicone Pillows are now available for sizing via Philips 3D  Mask Selector tool, which should help to reduce costs associated with fitting time and mask waste. 

“Through a combination of addressing customer feedback and data-driven design, we continue to grow our Dream Family with more options that offer an unmatched holistic experience when it comes to CPAP mask comfort, fit, convenience and efficiency,” said Pamela Hall, Sleep Category Leader at Philips.

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