There is no relationship between your heart
valves & the problem you potentially describe about your tooth other than the word cuspid.
...True in the heart, there is a bicuspid & tricuspid valve (that is their name, 2 leafed & 3 leafed). If there is a treatment plan for your tooth, the heart is not directing it. At times if it makes sense to a treating dentist, he can separate the 2 roots of a lower molar & make 2 out of them, & allow bone & gum to divide them.. Technically you can compare them now to a single rooted bicuspid (a premolar ). Sometimes it makes sense to split the molar in half & remove one of the roots (hemisection) & use it as a one rooted tooth ( similar to a bicuspid ). This is leading us off into another tangent to dliscuss why a tooth may be called a bicuspid. I think yor question as posed makes no sense & should be address by whoever gave you this information in the first place. If it was your dentlist I am sure he would welcome the opportunity to clear it up for you, .