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Syneron elos Plus aesthetic device wins Health Canada approval

The Health Canada has approved Syneron Medical's new elos Plus multi-platform device, designed for use in aesthetic applications.

The device, which uses the company’s proprietary elos technology of optical energy and bi-polar radiofrequency, features intuitive fifteen-inch touch screen which provides unparalleled ease-of-use through a simple guided treatment modes for all applications.

In addition, the elos system can be customized or upgraded using full range of up to eight in-demand aesthetic applicators including the company’s Sublative and Sublime applicators.

Syneron chief executive officer Louis Scafuri said the new multi-platform device is designed to meet the competition in performance, versatility, reliability and scalability as well as the needs of today’s aesthetic practitioners.

"Our customers in the U.S., Europe and Asia have been very pleased with all the features we were able to put inside the elos Plus and we are excited to now offer the system to our physician partners in Canada," Scafuri added.