The type? no, it is a metal socket with a long stem in the femur with a ball on the end.
I was born with dislocated hips, only my left was finally in place at 6 years of age. I learned to walk in any case and at the age of 21 my left hip and joint gave me trouble due to the out of socket period. The most common problem at the time of installation of a new Hip, was concerns they would loosen. Most elderly would would suffer failures at the time with loosening. I was only 21, Dr John B Maloney fitted a new hip and instructed that I be on my back in bed for 10 days before attempting to walk on the new prosthesis. He said to the Hospital staff that he wanted the glue to dry.
In the 70's and 80's I continued to water ski, a sporting hobby of mine and continued to work in the Electronic industry to this day. My life has been very active and have done a lot more than I have stated. I recently had a new Knee fitted in the same left side and going fine. The Right side while fully dislocated has given me no trouble.