Alopecia areata is a disease that causes hair to fall out in small patches. It develops when the immune system attacks the hair follicles, resulting in hair loss. Sudden hair loss may occur on the scalp and other parts of the body. The condition rarely results in total hair loss, or alopecia universalis, but it can prevent hair from growing back. When hair does grow back, it’s possible for the hair to fall out again. The extent of hair loss and regrowth varies from person-to-person. You can rub certain medications such as minoxidil (Rogaine) into the scalp to help stimulate hair growth. Other common therapies include steroid injections or corticosteroid creams and ointments. In some cases, photochemotherapy may be used to promote hair growth. Photochemotherapy is a type of radiation treatment that uses a combination of oral medication and ultraviolet light. "Hair Fixing consign to a procedure when permanent soft silicon bonding or integrated hair extensions are append with natural existing hairs one strand by strand individually. That is the best way out to rid of baldness without surgery not only to conceal hair loss vicinity but elongated hair length as well as volume."