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Joined Kelsey-Seybold

August 2012

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​​​Professional Bac​kground

In 2005, Dr. Dillon earned his medical degree from The Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York. After completing a surgical internship in 2006, Dr. Dillon continued his education at The Mount Sinai Medical Center to complete his Urology residency prior to moving to Dallas for his fellowship in Female Pelvic Medicine, Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery and Neurourology at The University of Texas S​outhwestern Medical Center. He is certified by the American Board of Urology. Dr. Dillon has been appointed the associate Chief of Urology at Kelsey-Seybold. Read more.
Dr. Benjamin Dillon explained to the Houston Chronicle why sometimes the cure for pelvic organ prolapse is worse than the condition. Read more. 

Profess​​ional Associations

Dr. Dillon is a member of the American Urological Association and the Society for Urodynamics and Female Urology.

Hobbies and Int​​​​erests

When Dr. Dillon is not caring for patients, he enjoys running, cooking photography and spending time with his family.​​

​I believe that although many of my patients have similar conditions, treating each patient requires an individual approach. By working with my patients, together, we can develop treatment options that will help improve their overall quality of life.


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Awards & Recognitions

​Dr. Dillon has been recognized by the following prestigious awards:
  • 2010 Chief Resident Debate, New York Section AUA
  • 2009 Ferdinand C. Valentine Resident Essay Meeting 3rd Place Winner Clinical Category
  • Selected Presenter at 2009 Ferdinand C. Valentine Resident Essay Meeting
  • 2008 NURP Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery
  • Selected Presenter at 2007 Ferdinand C. Valentine Resident Essay Meeting
  • Sigma Xi Summer Research Fellowship, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, 2002


Dr. Dillon has contributed to the following publications:
  • Dillon BE and PE. Zimmern. Eroded Mesh into the Bladder, Expert Case Scenarios in Female Urology and Urogynecology, 2012, in press. 
  • Dillon BE, Lee D and Lemack GE.  Urodynamics:  Role in Incontinence and Prolapse.  Controversies in Female Pelvic Reconstruction.  Urologic Clinics of North America 2012 (39) 265-272.   
  • Lee D, Dillon BE and Lemack GE.  LUTS in the Patient with Parkinson’s Disease:  Diagnosis and Management.  2013 AUA Update Series, in press. 
  • Dillon  BE and PE Zimmern.  Long Term Results After Complication of “Prophylactic” Suburethral Tape Placement. Canadian Journal of Urology 2012, in press.
  • Dillon, BE and PE Zimmern.  When are Urodynamics Indicated in Patients with Stress Urinary Incontinence?  Current Urology Reports 2012, in press.
  • Dillon BE, Lee D and Lemack GE.  Lessons Learned From A Decade of Multicenter Cooperative Clinical Trials In Stress Urinary Incontinence.  Current Bladder Dysfunction Report 2012 (7) 163-168.
  • Dillon BE and PE. Zimmern.  Editorial Comment Biofeedback for the Treatment of Stress Urinary Incontinence: A Viable Option for Select Patients. Nephro-Urology Monthly 2012 February; 4(2).
  • Chung DE, Dillon B, Kurta K, Maschino A, Cronin A and Sandhu J.  Detrusor Underactivity Is Prevalent Radical Prostatectomy:  A Urodynamic Study Including Risk Factors.  Canadian Urological Association Journal.  2012 January Epub 24 Jan. 
  • Dillon BE, Cadeddu JA and Zimmern PE. Robotc Laparoendoscopic Single Site Sacrocolpopexy.  Videourology 2012.
  • Dillon BE and GE. Lemack.  A Comprehensive Review of Common Neurogenic Bladder Disorders. Annals of Urology 2011.
  • Dillon BE and RR. Dmochowski.  Radiofrequency Treatment for Female Stress Urinary Incontinence: A Review. Current Urology Reports 2009 Sep; 10(5):369-74.
  • Dillon BE, N. Bar-Chama and S. Honig.  Penile Size and Penile Enlargement Surgery: A Review.  International Journal of Impotence and Research 2008 Nov-Dec; 20(6):519-29