This photo printer featured in the PC Magazine review might be a good option in a dental office. We could use it to print indiviual after smiles. It is designed for single snapshots not full pages or multiple images. Therefore it would not be a good choice for case presentations or insurance photos. Just stick with plain paper and an inkjet for those, But if you want a one off glossy “real” photo this might work.
Built around a much improved, second-generation ZINK technology, the GL10 carries forward most of what was good about the first-generation Polaroid PoGo Instant Mobile Printer ($150 street, 3 stars) while vastly improving on its shortcomings.