Total hip arthroplasty is the most commonly performed adult reconstructive hip procedure. According to the method of fixation, it can be divided into two as cemented and cementless. In cemented hip arthroplasty, polymethylmethacrylate is used to provide locking between cancellous bone and prosthesis. In cementless hip arthroplasty, this is provided by biological fixation. Both systems have advantages and disadvantages compared to one another. This article aims to examine the types and differences of cemented femoral prostheses and to review the details we need to pay attention during application.