Can I just pop a dental abscess on my own?

No. There are many causes of bad breath. A cavity can be one of those many reasons. See your dentist.
Oral hygiene. There is really no natural way. Brushing, flossing after each meal and following up with the dentist at least every 6 months is required.
Yes. It can spread down the throat or up to the eye becoming life threatening. See your dentist asap and take care of the problem.
Yes. The roots of the upper back teeth are close or sometimes in the the sinuses. Hence, sinusitis can cause tooth pain in the upper jaw.
Could but would not. Dental abscesses may be disasters waiting to happen. The infection can get into underlying bone, may create involvement of the planes between the muscles of the neck and progress to the mediastinum and the heart. Do not fool with this yourself. See a dentist.
Not recommended. If you so do, you are not treating the cause. See a dentist.
Possible. If the abcess is really swollen and soft, then you can "pop" it. However, see a doctor to have the infection addressed. The cause of the infection is the tooth which needs to be treated also.
Possible. Dry socket usually occurs 2-3 days after the extraction. That doesn't mean you can't get a dry socket 4-5 days after the tooth is removed. Every patient is different. If you have any concerns, see the doctor that extracted the tooth.
Depends. It depends on the situation. Usually Amoxicillin 500 mg three times a day is prescribed. See your dentist.
See a dentist. Try to avoid taking tylenol (acetaminophen) chronically. This can lead to liver damage. See a dentist and get the problem taken care of asap.
Depends. There is no one medication that is the best. It depends on the individual as everyone reacts differently to medications. Furthermore, it depends on your health history. Advil (ibuprofen) is not recommended if you have a history of stomach ulcers or kidney issues. Consult your md.
Many options. Once you had a formal sleep study, usually you get started with cpap. If this is ineffective, then an oral appliance or surgical procedures are other treatment options. Of course, if the patient is overweight then a wieght loss program is recommended.
Local anesthesia. A pain pump is a pump that has local anesthesia in it and there is a set time and rate. It is for patients who require additional pain management for a painful surgical procedure.
See an oral surgeon. An oral surgeon will be able to help manage the anxiety and remove the wisdom tooth without any problems. Good luck!
Wait until after surgery. I understand that you would like to have these procedures. However, consider having the medical procedures first and recover fully. Then have the tattoos and piercings afterwards. Also you will be able to enjoy them more with a pain free mouth.
See a MD. Depends on the cause of bleeding problems. Is your father a hemophiliac etc.? Does he have a bleeding disorder? Is he on medications that thin the blood? Your md and your oral surgeon will both help manage the potential bleeding problems.
No. It is not common to bite your tongue. Maybe there is transient swelling of the tongue due to the procedure causing tongue biting. Check with your doctor.
There are risks. Actonel (risedronate) can cause osteonecrosis of the jaw. Discuss with your doctor the benefits and risks of the oral surgical procedure. Is the procedure really necessary? Maybe have a root canal on the tooth instead if a tooth needs to be removed. The risk of osteonecrosis of the jaw (yes do google the term) is low but when it occurs, it can be significant.
Depends. It depends on the list of medications you are taking. Consult your doctor to determine which pain medication is suitable for you.
Dental assisting. It takes a special assistant to assist in ora surgery. Dental assisting can also be challenging. However, try either option and you decide what is best for you. Good luck!
Unlikely. Soft tissue grafting may be covered but often medical insurances reject the claim. Good luck.