It’s possible to, but tedious.
Does sound like with the right tool (dental pick, which I don't have) it might not be difficult.
Interesting that the ball studs are yellow in that video. I thought they came unpainted (black or silver) when the car rolled out of the factory. So either that area was repainted without removing the strut but just masking around it, or I'm wrong.
I encountered/learned something interesting last year when I replaced both my engine and trunk struts at same time...
The engine hatch strut assembly (74820-SL0-315) comes with a black ball stud included. That ball stud cannot be ordered separately (no separate part shown in catalog).
The trunk strut assembly (74872-SL0-305) does not come with ball stud included. When purchased stand-alone, the trunk ball stud (90102-SL0-003) is silver.
Kind of surprising Honda/Acura made two separate (different-color) versions of a part that is otherwise the same (dimensionally/functionally). I'm sure they intended the engine hatch one to be black, so there wouldn't be something shiny in there to draw attention, reflect off the glass. Would seem to make sense to use the same (black) part for the trunk also. Which maybe they did, because my trunk strut balls have always been black...but then that would mean they added/switched the replacement trunk ball studs to silver sometime in the last 30 years. [shrug]