Candela Achieves Approval to Market Its Vbeam(R) Lasers in Japan
Candela Gains Key New Market Approval for Gold Standard Long Pulsed Dye Laser System
Candela Corporation, a subsidiary of Syneron Medical Ltd. (NASDAQ: ELOS), today announced that it has received registration approval from the Japanese Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare to market its Vbeam® long pulsed dye laser system in Japan for the treatment of vascular conditions. The Candela Vbeam is the first and only long pulsed dye laser system approved for use in Japan.
"We are honored that the Vbeam long pulsed dye laser system has been approved for use in Japan," said Lou Scafuri, Chief Executive Officer of Syneron. "This marks a significant milestone in our global distribution as physicians and patients in Japan will now have full access to the gold standard treatments that Vbeam offers."
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