It is crucial to emphasize that using these permanent luting cement, especially those reinforced with resin (such as resin-modified glass ionomer cement and resin-based types of cement), can have several clinical benefits. In particular, the low cement solubility can reduce the risk of pulp damage and reduce secondary caries. A systematic literature review from 2000 to 2023 was performed using PubMed, Medline, and ScienceDirect databases. All adhesives exhibited a substantial decline in SBS during TC aging (p<0.05), although PAN demonstrated the highest SBS. As an alternative to glass ionomer cement for luting alloy substrates, specific universal resin-luting cement may produce a consistent binding strength to prosthetic substrates. The findings suggest that RMGI cement may offer advantages over conventional GIC as a luting agent in terms of improved surface protection, reduced microleakage, and enhanced mechanical properties. However, further research is needed to assess the long-term clinical success and durability of RMGI in various prosthodontic applications.