Over 10 years, 25 (25%) subjects died, 2 subjects were revised and withdrew, and 11 (11%) subjects were lost to follow-up. Of survivors, 62 of 75 (83%) were evaluated at 10 years. Twenty-eight (37%) subjects provided HRQL, radiographic, and reoperation status, 28 (37%) subjects completed HRQL evaluations and reoperation status only, and 6 (8%) subjects provided radiographic and reoperation follow-up. Both groups retained good HRQL between 2 and 10 years with no group differences noted (P > .35). One revision (CR subject), secondary to deep joint infection, occurred within 2 years with 1 further revision (PS subject) occurring at 3 years postoperatively. One subject (PS subject) required manipulation under anesthesia within 3 months of surgery. Four subjects required late patellar resurfacing (1 CR subject, 3 PS subjects) but were retained in the 10-year evaluation. Overall, reoperations were not significantly different between groups (P = .26).