AMJ Ceramics Dental Laboratory was formed in 1991 by its proprietor Andrew Jowett who started work in 1981 as an apprentice at a private dental practice in Bradford, West Yorkshire. 10 years later, Andrew established AMJ Ceramics Dental Laboratory and in 1999 moved to larger premises taking on his first dental technicians. In 2002, Andrew Jowett was able to purchase his own property in Idle, Bradford where the business has grown and matured providing top quality work and advice for over 60 dentists.

AMJ Ceramics is a crown and bridge dental laboratory offering a high quality of work both locally in the West Yorkshire area and nationally. As well as crowns and bridges, the laboratory’s range of products include implants (using systems such as Straumann to whom we are platinum accredited, Noble Biocare, Astra, Southern Implant and Sybron), mouth guards and high quality all ceramic work (such as Lava, Techceram ZR and E-max).

All dental technicians working at AMJ Cermaics are GDC registered and guided by the laboratory’s key over-riding principles of trust, reliability and excellence. It is these three principles which have enabled the laboratory to build and maintain a strong reputation amongst its’ dentists.

Everything supplied by the dental laboratory is made in Britain under the auspices of the British Bite Mark scheme.



At AMJ Ceramics we believe trust is of vital importance from business relationships with our clients and staff, to the materials and techniques we use.


You can rely on us to put your patients' interests first, and seek to ensure patient appointment times are honoured. We strongly believe that good communication is fundamental, and we liaise with the dentist as necessary during the construction of the restoration; from treatment planning and shade assessment right through to the finished article.


AMJ Ceramics dental laboratory produces quality restorations, using the best materials and components. Great care is taken throughout the whole process to ensure quality and consistency time after time - from the casting of impressions to the packing and delivery of jobs.