Total hip arthroplasty is a frequent surgery which is used to treat severe hip osteoarthritis. However, like all surgical procedures, complications can be seen and revision hip arthroplasty should be applied. Aseptic loosening, instability, osteolysis, periprosthetic fractures are most common reasons and often treated by one stage revision arthroplasty. Infection is one the most frequent reason and can be treated both by single and two stage revision surgery. In this review, reasons of revision hip surgery, and single or two stage (staged) revision options were evaluated.