Temporary Anchorage Devices (TADS) are small, screw-like dental implants made of a titanium alloy. As the name implies, they're temporary — they usually remain in place during some months of treatment, and then they are removed. Text Adventure Development System (TADS) is an authoring system for creating works of Interactive Fiction.
Other TADS packages Show full list IF Archive note: Many of the packages below are also available at the IF Archive, although the Archive's versions . Adult Interactive Fiction (AIF) is a subset of IF specifically meant to indicate games with an adult theme. While this can mean many things, almost all games in this genre deal with sex. While working on my tutorial for writing AIF games in TADS 2 (I am on the section devoted to using NewKid's library), I discovered a small bug in my Chick.
Temporary Anchorage Devices (TAD’s) are mini implants or mini screws that are used to move teeth without using other teeth as the anchor. When braces are used, all the teeth are tied together with the wire. All the teeth move in relationship to the adjacent teeth. Using a TAD allows tooth movement to be specific to that tooth. Aims: The aim of this systematic review was to compare the effectiveness of temporary anchorage devices (TADs) and conventional segmented arches (CSAs) during incisor intrusion in adult patients with a deep bite and their adverse effects. Settings and design: Four electronic databases were searched. In addition, articles were manually searched for using the reference .