Titanium is a metallic material that has good biocompatibility and corrosion resistance. 

Titanium is inert in the human body, hence making it an excellent material of choice in the orthopedic area.

Since the first time titanium is used in orthopedic applications and now titanium is the standard material for orthopedic devices such as hip joints, bone screws, knee joints, spinal fusion cages, shoulder and elbow joints, and bone plates.