Biomaterials are utilized in prostheses and medical devices for various purposes. Polymers are the most different class of biomaterials. All biomaterials must meet certain criteria and administrative prerequisites previously they can be met all requirements for use in medical applications. Biocompatibility is a standout amongst the most critical necessities. Both non-degradable polymers are intended to degrade in vivo in a controlled way over a predetermined time. The fundamental system of in vivo degradation of polymers is 'hydrolytic degradation', in which enzymes may likewise assume a job i.e., 'enzymatic degradation'. Both common biodegradable polymers are utilized in biomedical applications. A significant number of the present polymers and handling methods should be enhanced with the end goal to deliver polymers with better execution in natural media. An essential pattern in related innovative work is the blend of novel polymers, which would show enhanced biocompatibility and bio responsive.