No. DDS stands for Disability Determination Service. This is a state agency in Georgia whose job it is to review and decide your eligibility for SSI and SSDIB at the first and second level. This means at your initial application level and at your reconsideration level.
If you are denied at both levels, your appeal goes to the Social Security Administration, for a hearing in front of an Administrative Law Judge. The judge will state at the start of your hearing that you will receive a completely fresh look at your evidence by the judge. This is your chance to win but you must have had your evidence already prepared well before the hearing.