Complications occurred in 6 patients (29%) including limp (2), sciatic nerve palsy that resolved (1), limb length discrepancy (1), and greater trochanteric fracture (1). After an average follow-up of 47 months (range, 13-128 months), the average Hospital for Special Surgery hip score was 35.5 (range, 20-40). Radiographic assessment revealed cephalad cup migration of 2.29 mm (range, 0-20 mm) and medial migration of 1.57 mm (range, 0-6 mm). One patient has radiographic loosening and no symptoms 120 months postoperatively. No patient returned to the operating room for a related reason or is scheduled to undergo acetabular re-revision surgery.