Northampton Dentists

Get the Confident Smile You Deserve

Take The First Step Toward The Smile You’ve Always Wanted

Schedule Your Consultation For Invisalign Today!

The world’s most advanced clear aligner system, backed by two decades of innovation.

Now Available At Arch Dental Care

Treatable Cases


  •  Gapped Teeth: Gapped teeth, also known as diastema, can be caused by a variety of factors. Some common causes include genetics, abnormal growth of the jaw, thumb-sucking, tongue-thrusting, and loss of teeth. Gapped teeth can also be caused by missing teeth, certain dental conditions or certain medications that affect tooth development. Gapped teeth can be treated by orthodontic treatments such as Invisalign, braces, or dental bonding. 
  • Overbite:  An overbite can cause various oral health issues such as gum irritation, wear on the lower teeth, jaw pain, and temporomandibular joint (TMJ) pain as the upper teeth protrude over the lower teeth which can lead to difficulties in biting and chewing. 
  • Open Bite: An open bite is a dental condition in which some teeth do not meet when biting together, typically the upper and lower back teeth, which can lead to difficulty in chewing and speaking, and in severe cases can cause temporomandibular joint disorder (TMJ) and muscle pain in the jaw.
  • Crowded teeth: Crowded teeth is a dental condition in which there is not enough space in the jaw for all teeth to fit properly, which can result in crooked or misaligned teeth. If left untreated, crowded teeth can lead to dental issues such as plaque buildup, tooth decay, and an increased risk of gum disease 
  • crossbite: A crossbite occurs when the upper and lower jaws are not aligned properly, causing the upper teeth to bite inside the lower teeth. This can lead to a variety of oral health issues such as teeth wearing, gum disease, and bone loss. It can also cause jaw pain, headaches, and difficulty in biting and chewing. 
Clear Correct in northampton

Benefits of Invisalign

  • Invisalign aligners are clear and virtually invisible, making them a more subtle alternative to traditional metal braces.

  • The aligners are custom-made to fit your teeth, which means they are more comfortable to wear than traditional braces.

  • The aligners are removable, so you can eat and brush your teeth normally, without the need for special tools or products.

  • Invisalign treatment typically requires fewer office visits than traditional braces, making it more convenient for busy individuals.

Dr. Zainab Khan

Dr. Khan is a skilled and enthusiastic dentist who provides exceptional dental care to the community of Northampton as well as the surrounding towns in the Western Mass.

Dr. Khan received her Doctor of Medical Sciences from Harvard University. She continued to pursue her graduate education at Boston University Henry. M Goldman School of Dental Medicine where she received her Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD). She previously worked as a general dentist in Boston. Dr. Khan also worked in Harvard Children’s Hospital and has great amount of experience working with kids and adults. Dr. Khan is a member of the Massachusetts Dental Society, Valley District Dental Society and the American Dental Association. She is constantly keeping up with the newest and most current dental practice techniques.

When she is not practicing dentistry, Dr. Khan enjoys spending time with her 5 year old daughter and traveling around the world. Dr. Khan loves reading books and keeping up with the latest trends in cosmetic dentistry. She loves doing philanthropy and goes every year for 2 weeks to developing countries to spread awareness for the dental treatment needs.

Dr. Abbas Khan

Dr. Abbas Khan was born in Delhi, India. His early schooling was completed in convent high school, and at the age of 16, he started his preparation for dental exam. He cleared one of the most prestigious examinations for the Aligarh University and got his B.D.S (bachelor of dental surgery) degree in 2011. He was a very dedicated student and was top of his class and the university with 7 gold medals including the President’s medal of honor in Public Health Dentistry. After obtaining his diploma he was offered an associate professor job at his dental school. 

But, growing up in India he witnessed the growth of India as an industrial nation which brought with it prosperity, education and world class medical care. Unfortunately, these benefits were limited to only select few living in major cities and industrial hubs. He wanted to create an impact and learn about the public health and got accepted to Johns Hopkins University for the Master of Public Health (MPH). He still practiced dentistry with organizing dental camps and outreach with free dental exams for the socially deprived communities in Baltimore. He was also involved with Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins (SKCC) in designing a treatment protocols for oral cancers.

To finesse his dental skills further he pursued his dental degree from Boston University School of Dental Medicine and graduated in 2017. He was among the top of his class and was part of the Dean’s List. He received highest marks in the subject of Pharmacology with a record breaking 100% in the course. He also received highest marks in the subject of Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology.

Dr. Khan is avid skier and cyclist and loves playing basketball and soccer. In his spare time, he loves reading books and spending quality time with his friends and family. Get yourself treated by a highly motivated and compassionate dentist at Church Street Dental. Dr. Abbas Khan’s unending commitment to ethical quality care for his patients is evident from the amazing results and patient satisfaction.



How to Find Us

Fill up the Form and Ask Your Queries

Call +1 (413) 585-5880

12 Center St. Northampton, MA, 01060

Office Hours

Mon - Fri: 9 am - 6 pm, Sat, Sun: CLOSED

Make an Appointment

It’s So Fast & Easy

Book Your Appointment