Dr. Brad Jolly Sr.
Dr. Brad was born and raised in North Little Rock. He went on to attend the University of Arkansas and earned a Bachelor of Science degree. He then took up the family business and earned his Doctorate of Dental Surgery from the University of Tennessee College of Dentistry.
After graduating, Dr. Brad returned home with his wife Laurie to start a family and to join his father's dental practice.
Dr. Brad has been married to his wife Laurie for 24 years and has three sons. HIs oldest son Bradley is at the University of Arkansas, Nathan is on a golf scholarship at Coastal Alabama University, and Clayton is in the tenth grade at North Little Rock High School.
Dr. Scott D. Jolly
Dr. Scott was born and raised in North Little Rock and is a 1986 graduate of NLR Northeast High School. After high school, Dr. Scott went on to graduate from University of Arkansas in Fayetteville and University of Tennessee Health Science Center, where he earned his Doctorate of Dental Surgery (DDS).
Upon graduating in 1988, Dr. Scott joined his dad and his brother at Jolly Family Dentistry and served as the city dentist for NLR from 1999-2002.
Dr. Scott is actively involved in his local community, having coached youth baseball and soccer for more than 25 seasons. He is also a sponsor of the Annual NLR Dogtown Derby and is a lifetime member of United Methodist Church of North Little Rock.
In addition to his community involvement, Dr. Scott is a member of the following dental organizations:
- American Dental Association
- Arkansas State Dental Association
- ASDA Executive Council (2012-2017)
- American Orthodontic Society
- Pierre Fauchard Academy
- ArMOM Dental Charity (2006-2010)
Dr. Scott is married to his wife Sumi, and has two teenage children, Scotty and Caroline. In his spare time, Dr. Scott loves to golf, watch the Razorbacks (most of the time!), travel, and spend time with his family.
Rebecca Barfield, DDS
Dr. Rebecca Barfield graduated with her Bachelor’s degree in Biology from the University of Arkansas where she was a member of the Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society. She later earned her dental degree from the University of Tennessee Health Science Center in 2011 and continuously keeps up with her required continuing education hours.
Dr. Barfield is a member of the American Dental Association and has served in this area for more than four years. Her goal as a dentist is to treat each patient who walks through the door as an individual and provide them with a personalized, comprehensive treatment.
Dr. Barfield has two dogs, Katy and Sheldon, and she enjoys traveling and reading in her spare time.