A 60-year-old patient presents to clinic complaining of left hip squeaking and stiffness following a ceramic-on-ceramic total hip replacement five years earlier. Initially, he was extremely pleased with the operation, but these symptoms of squeaking and stiffness have developed fairly abruptly over the past 6 months. On physical exam, he has a well-healed incision, a 1 centimeter leg length discrepancy (left shorter than right), decreased hip flexion, and decreased internal rotation. A radiograph is shown in Figure A. C-reactive protein is 0.2 mg/dL (nl <0.9 mg/dL) and erythrocyte sedimentation rate is 5 mm/hr (nl 0-15 mm/hr). What would you recommend for this patient?