With the latest SSD drives with TRIM support, you really don't need to worry about the rated number of reads/writes like you used to. They are about the same or exceed many HDDs these days.
Of course, the page file would have better performance on the SSD verses a HDD.
I wouldn't recommend turning off the page file though. Some programs require a page file to run properly no matter how much RAM you have installed.
Normally, it's recommended to let Windows manage the page file. If the amount of free drive space is an issue, then one could try reducing the size of the page file. If you ever get a "low memory" type error, then increasing the page file until you no longer get it will sort it. Virtual Memory Paging File - Change
Hope this helps,