Temporary vocal fold injection is a valuable procedure for vocal fold paralysis or paresis of uncertain permanency and as a trial augmentation to decide the value of vocal fold augmentation. A new material made from glycerin, carboxymethylcellulose, and water has recently been developed for temporary vocal fold augmentation. Eleven patients underwent vocal fold injection for the treatment of glottal incompetence with this material. The duration of effectiveness of this injection material was 2 to 3 months depending on the injection amount. This new material satisfies several requirements for an ideal temporary vocal fold injection material in terms of injectability, convenience, duration of effectiveness, and safety. The authors conclude that this new material is a good option for temporary vocal fold augmentation.