Calcium phosphates (CaPs): hydroxyapatite (HA) and TCP are common biomaterials used in orthopedic, dental and maxillofacial surgery as bone fillers and also as drug carriers. Studies of the β→α TCP transformation and formation of mono-, bi- or three-phase CaPs materials: βTCP-αTCP-HA are of principal importance. Stability of calcium phosphate ceramics depends on many factors. Our dynamic studies by high temperature XRD measurements showed that monoclinic αTCP was a considerably stable phase after its creation completed at 1200°C. Different phase composition was obtained in technological conditions.