Long Island dentist arrested for allegedly groping patient’s breasts during exam

Aziz Khan, 65, a dentist, allegedly groped one of his patients during an exam in September. (Suffolk Police Department)

Aziz Khan, 65, a dentist, allegedly groped one of his patients during an exam in September. (Suffolk Police Department)

HUNTINGTON STATION, Long Island — A dentist was arrested for allegedly groping a patient’s breasts while during her exam in Huntington Station.

Aziz Khan, a dentist at Family Dentistry on New York Avenue, was performing an exam on the woman on Sept. 12, police said on Friday. He allegedly started touching one of her breasts and she attempted to move his hand, but he kept his hand there.

Khan then put both hands on her breasts and started squeezing, police said. The patient protested and he eventually took his hand off.

Khan was arrested on Friday about 4 p.m. and charged with forcible touching, according to police.

He was released on bail and is scheduled to be arraigned on Jan. 10, 2017.