CLEAR FACE MASKS BY WNB DESIGNS
Imagine what you might be missing.
55% of communication is visual. Traditional face masks block faces and prevent our ability to see facial expressions and emotions, catch visual cues, and communicate.
Miscommunication is a leading cause of medical errors and can be prevented. When traditional masks are worn, miscommunication may increase with people who heavily rely on visual communication, such as deaf and hard of hearing individuals, children, and older adults. For many, missing critical visual cues can be the difference between complete understanding and a preventable ER visit.
The ability to see a smile can really help. Facial expressions are important for perceived empathy and building rapport, which can reduce confusion and improve relationships. The transparency and comfort from the Clear face mask provides natural, empathetic communication and eliminates barriers caused by traditional masks.
Wear the Clear Face Mask without hiding your face.
This Clear Face Mask is one of the first transparent mask with full-face visibility. Our mask design is optimized for comfort and breathability, while providing assured protection. Through the mask’s anti-fogging, see-through protective shield, this Clear face mask blocks aerosols, fluids and sprays from our faces.
Everyone benefits from seeing facial expressions and emotions.
Unlike other face masks, the Clear face Mask by WNB Designs allows us to see each other’s entire face and facial expressions, making communication more human, natural, and accessible. Transparent, see-through masks are important for so many people, including:
Deaf and hard of hearing individuals
People who may not speak the same language
Interpreters and translators
People experiencing confusion, stress, or anxiety
Immunosuppressed people and their caretakers
Workers in noisy environments
Anyone who wants to wear a face mask for protection Because the Clear face mask is an auxiliary aid, it is only designed to improve communication between all parties, not to replace the patients’ preferred accommodations.