A Melbourne GP put his hands on a teenager's breasts and nipples without her consent after asking her intimate questions about her sex life, a jury has heard.
Azit Das is on trial accused of sexually assaulting the girl, then aged 17, during a consultation alongside her boyfriend at Mill Park clinic in March 2016.
He denies the allegation.
"He grabbed at her top, reached in and scooped her breasts out ... and proceeded to press on the breasts, press on the nipples," prosecutor Nick Batten told a County Court jury in his opening address on Wednesday.
The alleged assault took place after the young woman spoke to the GP about her desire to have a baby.
The girl's boyfriend initially arranged the appointment over concerns for a lump, which turned out to be a harmless cyst.
But the conversation "took a different turn" when the couple asked whether the cyst would affect their ability to fall pregnant, the jury heard.
"Dr Das asked both of them questions about their sexual activities," Mr Batten said.
"He asked (the girl) whether she would orgasm during sex.
"He asked whether they engaged in oral sex, and questions about foreplay."
During the discussion about pregnancy, the teenager said she thought her breasts had grown larger.
At this point the GP allegedly requested to examine the girl's breasts.
"He suggested this a couple of times and each time she said 'no'," the prosecutor added.
"Dr Das has handled this woman's breasts. He's done it without her consent and it's a sexual assault."
The doctor denies the allegations.
His barrister Lesley Taylor QC urged the jury to look for inconsistencies in the couple's evidence, saying there will be "lots of them".
"Look at Dr Azit Das. He is an innocent man," she told the jury.
"The presumption of innocence is not just a phrase that drips on the tongue. It means something.
"So keep an open mind. There are always two sides to every story."
The alleged victim, who cannot be named for legal reasons, made a report to police on the same day as her appointment.
Das is on bail.
The trial continues before Judge Felicity Hampel.