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Cynosure Reports Second Quarter 2009 Financial Results
Date:7/28/2009

"International markets accounted for 53% of total laser revenue in the second quarter from 30% in the same period of 2008 and 43% in the first quarter of 2009. We believe this increased contribution helps to validate the strategic investments we have made to enhance our overseas infrastructure and broaden our global footprint. In addition, second quarter international laser revenue increased 87% from the first quarter, led in part by a strong contribution from our recently established direct subsidiary in Korea."

"In North America, laser sales increased 24% over the first quarter of the year, yet the market remained challenging," Davin said. "We believe this stemmed from the inability of practitioners to obtain credit for capital equipment purchases, coupled with continued macroeconomic pressures on discretionary spending and purchasing decisions. We are working directly with the lending community to explore options to assist customers who have been unable to secure financing in today's challenging credit environment."

"Despite lower sales compared with the second quarter of 2008, our North American pricing remained stable in the second quarter compared with Q1 of 2009 and Q4 of 2008," Davin continued. "Although the higher contribution of international laser revenue contributed to the decrease in our overall margins, our domestic margins remained consistent with the first quarter of 2009."

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  • The company introduced the multi-wavelength Smartlipo MPX 46-watt workstation, the latest and most powerful advance in Cynosure's platform of minimally invasive workstations for LaserBodySculptin
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