Adding Color to Your World Since 1989!
JBC and Company is family owned and operated. Priscilla Mier is the mind and hard work behind what makes JBC and Company the Company it is today. Priscilla's background includes owning and operating a very profitable, high volume laboratory in Southern California for over 36 years. She started formulating and coloring acrylics to create better products for her own use in her laboratory; that is where JBC and Company was born. JBC and Company is an acronym consisting of her children's first initials: J- John, a retailer in Texas; B- Bethany, an Orthodontic lab owner in Nevada; C- Crystal, owner of ChefRubber.com - a well known pastry supply company in Las Vegas & Texas.
In February 1998 JBC and Company received the clearance of the Food and Drug Administration to sell her colored acrylic resins to the dental/orthodontic industry. In the summer of 1998, she walked away from their laboratory in California and moved to Las Vegas, Nevada with her family in tow to expand JBC and Company. Over the past 19 years, we have seen a tremendous increase in the number of users of JBC and Company's Colored Acrylic Resins. Our company has increased its product offerings to include additional supplies needed in the day-to-day operations of an orthodontic laboratory.
In December 2013, JBC and Company moved to Fredericksburg, Texas to her eldest daughter's property where her new manufacturing facility is on the same property as her home. Relocating to Texas has been a blessing to the business as we are now centrally located and can service and ship to our East Coast customers in a more timely manner. Part of our mission here is to provide our customers with the highest quality products at competitive prices, and at a level of service that is superior to all others in the industry. JBC and Company is committed to continued growth and expansion, but promises never to lose sight of those that are the most important, our customers.
JBC and Company is registered with the Food and Drug Administration as a manufacturer of a medical/dental device, and is in compliance with the FDA's regulatory requirements for manufacturing dental resin, a medical device.