The biocompatibility performance of a metallic alloys is closely associated with its corrosion resistance and the biocompatibility of its corrosion products. Corrosion data shows excellent resistance for titanium and its alloys though some precaution should be taken in order to optimize their composition. β-titanium alloys generally show attractive corrosion behavior. Their corrosion resistance again depends on alloy composition and environment. In present investigation corrosion behavior of C.P.Ti, Ti-6Al-4Fe, Ti-13Nb-13Zr, Ti-13Ta-29Nb-4.6Zr, Ti-18Nb-4Sn were studied. The electrochemical and corrosion behavior of C.P.Ti, Ti-6Al-4Fe, Ti-18Nb-4Sn, Ti-13Ta-29Nb-4.6Zr, Ti-13Nb-13Zr alloys have been evaluated in hank’s solution, Ringer solution, Hank’s with bovine serum albumin solution and Ringer with bovine serum albumin solution at ambient temperature. These materials didn’t passivate immediately in solution. The corrosion rates were estimated by Tafel extrapolation method. It has been observed that Ti-6Al-4Fe is showing high corrosion resistance in Hank’s and Hank’s with bovine serum albumin. In contrast Ti-13Ta-29Nb-4.6Zr showing good corrosion resistance in Ringer and Ringer with bovine serum albumin.