We started with canisters, cannulas and tubing used during liposuction cases. We have now grown to developing products like our SuperG® Cannula Series, AcquiCell™, Lipo-Loop®, and now intelliFat™ with 3 more products in the development pipeline.
We are an intellectual property think tank and development company specializing in the fields of regenerative aesthetics and medicine. From concept to validation, then manufacturing, we are meticulous in how and passionate to why we develop the products we do.
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Millennium Medical Technologies, Inc. (“MMT”), a medical device and development company, was founded in California.
Assisted arthroscopic products manufacturer Linvatec to develop a new arthroscopic knee cannula system. Linvatec was subsequently acquired by medical products manufacturer CONMED Corporation, and the cannula system we helped develop has grown to an annual sales level of $20 million.
MMT provided consulting for Advanced Diagnostics & Interventions, Inc. for a product called ArthoCleanse® with granted U.S. Patent US No. 6066146 A.
MMT began developing products in this market segment in 2003 when the company filed its first establishment registration with the FDA.
Filed with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (“FDA”) a Premarket Notification 510(k) for the manufacture of liposuction cannulas (K081039O) in September 2008.
After working with MMT as a consultant for over a year, David Angeloni decides to join MMT to help lay the foundation that is later to become Cellmyx.
A service-based system for point of care autologous cell therapy which follows Good Tissue Practice Guidance. We created a custom regenerative aesthetic and medicine package that meets the need of the physicians specialty be that plastic surgery, orthopedics or pain management.
Developed in July 2015, the AcquiCell™ device is ideal for physicians involved with tissue grafting and regenerative medicine using adipose and stromal cells.
510(k) clearance granted on the first fully reusable fat collection, transfer and disposable systems (K170449) in March 2017. In conjunction with tubing for canister systems, MMT developed a closed-loop system called Lipo-Loop®.
Millennium Medical Technologies, Inc. changes its name to Cellmyx, Inc.
Cellmyx introduces the intelliFat™ Kit – an innovative fat grafting kit that enables physicians to quickly and efficiently transfer the patient’s own adipose tissue under local anesthesia. All in a single use, disposable kit. The intelliFat™ makes low volume fat transfers fast, simple, and cost effective.