Remain In Control of your life

Patient Story!Patient Spotlight story

Having hearing loss is not only a health issues, it is a quality of life inhibitor. Landmark Hearing’s patient, Marlyn Buddenbaum was diagnosed with hearing loss and was at the point where she could no longer understand her grandchildren. She stated,

“I was pleasantly surprised to learn that Landmark was in my neighborhood. The entire staff was very accommodating, helping me to set up an appointment that fit into my schedule. My husband and I met with Dr. Brandon Cyrus. He explained all the different types of hearing aids, helping me to select a pair that not only fit my personal needs but that also had Bluetooth technology. When I receive phone calls now, it goes directly into my hearing aids for clearer reception! Dr. Cyrus made it an easy learning process, even allowing me to email him directly so that I was able to get the best use of my hearing aids. It has made such a difference in my life, both socially and personally to remain in control. I can understand my grandchildren again!!”

Marlyn 

If you would like to make an appointment for a hearing test or FREE consultation for hearing aids, you can contact us at either of our three locations, or you can make an appointment online: Click to make an Appointment 

We love to hear from our patients. If you would like to share your hearing story, please contact us via email or by calling one of our offices.

Landmark Hearing Services 

Sunnyvale (408)773-9933 | Saratoga (408) 343-1063 | San Jose (408) 294-0644

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Diabetes: A Risk Factor for Hearing Loss

Diabetes and hearing loss Diabetes is becoming an extremely common disease, making it a large contributor to hearing loss. Though under-recognized, hearing loss can be a serious complication of uncontrolled diabetes.

In 2008, the National Institute of Health (NHI) conducted a study that showed hearing loss is about twice as likely to occur in adults with type 1 and type 2 diabetes than those who do not have the disease. After testing over 4,700 participants, the NHI found that there was a strong correlation between diabetes and the participant’s ability to hear a range of frequencies in both ears. Of those participants with diabetes, 54% reported a hearing loss of high-frequency sounds.  Continue reading

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Hearing Resolution for the New Year

Pick up an instrument

Make this year’s resolution a Hearing resolution!

The New Year often prompts resolutions to exercise more, eat healthier, loose more weight, and as a whole live a healthier lifestyle. But what is often dismissed as important in our hearing health.  This month we are sharing two resolutions that can help promote better ear and brain health this New Year. Continue reading

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The Gift of Hearing

Patient's Hearing story with Landmark Hearing

Hearing Story!

“Hearing loss is a mystery. Mine crept up on me slowly. I didn’t really even recognize that I had hearing loss, all I knew was that I couldn’t understand what was happening around me. I struggled daily with conversations from one end of the house to the other, talking on the phone, and frequently I realized that the TV and the radio volumes were becoming an issue for me,” stated Don Zonic.

Don Zonic knew Dr. Sandra was an Audiologist after hearing about her trade at church. After some convincing, he got his hearing tested at Landmark Hearing Services in Saratoga and soon found out that he had hearing loss in one of his ears. Continue reading

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The Consumer Guide to Your Best Hearing!

Hearing Devices

 

The How To’s When It Comes To Hearing Aids

When it comes to buying hearing aids, we understand how confusing it can be. When first addressing signs of hearing loss, it is hard to know where to start when determining treatment and if technology is recommended, how much to spend.

We have created a booklet for you to download to answer many of the commonly asked questions individuals with hearing loss ask so that you can feel confident in buying devices right for you!

  1. How to tell if I truly have hearing loss
  2. When is the right time to purchase hearing devices
  3. How much should I spend on hearing technology, if it is recommended by an Audiologist?
  4. What is the right type of device for me?

After reading our booklet, we hope that you or a loved one will feel confident to contact Landmark Hearing for a hearing evaluation and consultation.

Click here to download our FREE Guide! 

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Hearing loss, A reality for all ages

Hearing loss due to noise exposure

Hearing loss, that’s only a problem for older people, right? 

Think again! Noise exposure, not age, is the leading cause of hearing loss. While is it common for older individuals  to have hearing loss, damage from everyday noise is a growing issue amongst our younger generations. The baby boomer generation is dealing with skin cancer due to the tanning they did as teens. This generation will be dealing with hearing loss due to high levels of damaging noise exposure. Continue reading

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Do you hear that? Or is it just me?

Tinnitus Treatment

A Common Myth About Tinnitus

Tinnitus is that pesky ringing or buzzing in your ear that doesn’t seem to go away. Though tinnitus is an annoying condition, it can also become quite debilitating for some. Maybe a doctor has even told you that there is nothing to help- that you will just have to deal with it? But, that is not the case! There are ways to make it better. Here are some misconceptions about tinnitus and the facts you need to know! Continue reading

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How Hearing Loss is linked to Alzheimer’s and Dementia

Hearing loss linked Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia

Studies have found that people with hearing loss are up to five times more likely to develop dementia and alzheimer’s disease compared to those with normal hearing. 

If you have noticed that you don’t hear as well as you used to, it’s a good idea to see one of our audiologist at Landmark Hearing as soon as possible. Research conducted by John Hopkins Medicine in 2011 indicates that the longer you wait to seek hearing loss treatment, the more likely your brain will forget how to interpret sound.  Continue reading

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