Although cemented acetabular components were used in primary total hip arthroplasty procedures in past decades, currently their role decreased because of their low survival rate in long follow-ups. They are preferred in patients with osteoporosis and having short life expectancies, some tumor reconstructions, and selected surgical hip revision cases with large acetabular bone defects. As the primary hip replacement rates increase parallel to revision cases, to achieve a good clinical outcome in revision surgery, it is important to make proper preoperative patient evaluation, to understand in which cases and how the cemented components can be used, and apply the correct reconstructive option. Apart from the uncemented acetabular reconstruction techniques, impaction grafting with cemented component, hook and cage structures, cup-cage reconstructions, oblong cup and triflange reconstruction are the treatment options. In this review, the use of cemented components will be explained both as primary and acetabular revision.