Yes, but we should also conjure the reverse: the spell used by Piper to undo the grave damage and potential public relations fiasco she has inadvertently done in House Call when her obsession with cleanliness causes her to make the manor disappear.
To reverse a vanishing spell:
Let the object of objection return, So that its existence may be reaffirmed!
I must confess that I have written the spell exactly as kat29 did. It makes sense too. Paige undoes the scene of devastation in Cole's penthouse in Womb Raider by invocation of this powerful spell. Yet the spell, as seen repeatedly in Charmed (Charmed and Dangerous, etc.), clearly reads as follows:
Let the object of objection Become but a Dream As I cause the Seen To become Unseen.
I, for one, can accept either version. However, I might suggest that changing the "scene" means a permanent fix, while the latter suggests a mere masking. Now, is Billie's acne permanently cured or just temporarily masked. Similarly, is the reconstruction of Caroline's face only a temporary masking until the proper medical healing occurs or a way of getting around the ardous process of recovering from a brutal bashing? One would hope that cleansing the crime scene in Womb Raider, repairing the front door by Paige, or presumably repairing the side of the manor blown out in Kill Billie, Volume 2 was more than a temporary fix.
Ever since Paige first invoked this spell in Hell Hath No Fury, this has remained her favorite spell and the one must closely associated with any Charmed One. Paige used this spell frequently: Charmed and Dangerous, Womb Raider, etc. As I tease out all of the details, the list containing each and every episode when Paige used this spell will become more complete.
Season 4 Applications
Episode 2: Hell Hath No Fury Episode 13: Charmed and Dangerous Episode 21: Womb Raider