No, you cannot burst a tooth abscess with a needle. This can expose you to a worse infection and potentially spread the infection to other parts of your mouth and face. Never try to burst an abscess on your own. However, there are methods you can use to help the abscess drain naturally on its own by eliminating the infection.
Natural ways to do this include using a tea bag or making a paste with baking soda. Some people will try to squeeze it like a pimp in the face. If you're going to try this, at least wash your hands with soap and water. A tooth abscess is the result of infection and can form inside the gums, teeth, and even in the bone that holds the teeth in place.
A tooth abscess is the accumulation of infections and bacteria in a pocket of space and can cause a lot of pain and discomfort. Anyone who currently has a dental abscess or has experienced it in the past knows that it belongs to a category of its own. I've also had plenty of opportunities to explore home remedies, one of which is bursting or puncturing an oral or dental abscess. Don't wait any longer, you should make an appointment right away if you have a tooth abscess because it won't go away on its own.
Periodontal or periapical abscess or cellulitis (that is, it began as a periapical abscess and now spreads to adjacent soft tissues) Now, I'm not a doctor or naturopath, but because I've had intense dental experiences, I can say that what worked well for me in similar situations was eating cucumbers, chewing and spitting out broadleaf plantain leaves, and eliminating soda, candy, sugar and salt from my diet until the abscess healed.